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1 marriage without license on Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:37 am


Arresto Menor
can a marriage be valid eventhough both parties dont have marriage licenses?
what if it is registered in NSO?
the person who did the civil marriage was a reverend who is now in jail due to his license for marriage is expired. he was sued by other couples because of fake marriages.

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2 Re: marriage without license on Fri Aug 12, 2011 10:19 am


Prision Correccional
In general, marriage license is a requirement for the validity of marriage. However, this requirement permits exception; such as when the couple has been living together as husband and wife, with no legal impediment, for five years.

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3 Re: marriage without license on Fri Aug 12, 2011 10:55 am


Arresto Menor
if a piece of paper called marriage license was signed by both parties, sent to the LCR and then to NSO then it is valid, regardless if the parties have the possession of the paper.

If no paper is signed, no registration in LCR and NSO, then it is an oppppssss kind of thing.

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4 Re: marriage without license on Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:58 am


Arresto Menor
what happened was they lived together for almost 2 years. when my friend got his cenomar, it states their that he is married.
so if it is registered in NSO, it is valid, right?

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5 Re: marriage without license on Mon Aug 15, 2011 10:25 pm


if you want to be strict about it, it is presumed to be valid. their marriage can be annulled only by a court.

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