New Civil Code - Article 41. Validity of the marriage

Book I : Ch VI : Sec III : Article 41

Article 41.-Validity of the marriage The marriage is valid, if it is valid in the State where it is contracted, where either of the spouses has their domicile at the time of the marriage or where they establish their marital domicile. The marriage is void and will not be recognized if it was contracted in another State that is incompatible with the public order of Puerto Rico. (Translated) <<< >>>> (Original Spanish) Artículo 41.-Validez del matrimonio. El matrimonio es válido si lo es en el Estado donde se contrae, en donde cualquiera de los cónyuges tiene su domicilio al celebrarse el matrimonio o en donde establecen su domicilio conyugal. El matrimonio es nulo y no se reconocerá el matrimonio contraído en otro Estado, que sea incompatible con el orden público de Puerto Rico.

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