Puerto Rico Marriage Laws § 1165Information for marriage documents
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REPEALED: Puerto Rico Laws - Title 24 1165
REPEALED: To facilitate compliance with §§ 1161—1164 of this title, it shall be required that the marriage license, as well as the sworn statement to be presented by the contracting parties and the marriage certificate, contain, at least, the following details: (1) The place, hour, day, month and year in which the marriage took place. (2) The name and character of the officer or minister of the gospel who performed the marriage ceremony. (3) The given names, surnames, age, race, civil status, place of birth, profession or trade, and domicile of the contracting parties. (4) Given names, surnames and place of birth of the parents. (5) Given names, surnames, occupation, and residence of the witnesses. (6) The circumstance, if such is the case, that the marriage was performed in articulo mortis. (7) In the case of minors, the circumstance that the consent required by law has been obtained. (8) The given names and surnames of the deceased spouse or spouses, and the date and place of death, in case one or both of the contracting parties are widowed. (9) The given names and surnames of the previous spouse or spouses, and the date and court in which divorce was granted, in case one or both of the contracting parties are divorced. (10) The name, last names, age and address of all the children had by the contracting parties prior to the marriage to be held.
Apr. 22, 1931, No. 24, p. 228, § 26; May 12, 1943, No. 117, p. 344, § 1; Sept. 2, 2000, No. 326, § 1.
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