REPEALED: Puerto Rico Laws - Title 24 1163

Delivery of marriage license, affidavit, and certificate to keeper of register

REPEALED: Every person with legal authority before whom a marriage has been celebrated shall be obliged to deliver, within ten (10) days after such celebration, to the keeper of the Register of the district in which said ceremony took place, the marriage license and the affidavit presented by the contracting parties in accordance with the provisions of law, together with the marriage certificate, which shall state the date and the place where the marriage was performed, and shall contain the signatures of the officiating person, of the contracting parties and of the witnesses to the act.

Apr. 22, 1931, No. 24, p. 228, § 24, eff. 90 days after Apr. 22, 1931.

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