Translation of civil marriage in Spanish:

civil marriage

matrimonio civil, n.

noun

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    matrimonio civil masculine
    • If the parties intend a civil marriage, then notice of the marriage must be posted for 15 days at the Magistrate's Court.
    • There were a total of 592 church marriages recorded in the county as opposed to 126 civil marriages.
    • Also couples already married as per religious rites under their personal law may, if they so want, turn their pre-existing marriage into a civil marriage by registering it under the Act.
    • Three different types of marital union include church marriages, civil marriages, and consensual or common-law unions.
    • They conveniently ignore the fact that there is a distinct difference between religious and civil marriages and that California recognizes common-law relationships.
    • As the nation confronts these First Amendment issues, it will help to keep in mind that civil marriage and religious marriage are two different things.
    • ‘A civil marriage service is often the only ceremony marking the wedding,’ he said.
    • Instead, couples who want to end their marriage request an annulment of the civil marriage, under the pretext that a procedural error was made during the civil marriage ceremony.
    • It's a reform that will certainly please couples from the county area, who wish to have a civil marriage ceremony.
    • So, if we accept that religion doesn't govern civil marriage and that civil marriage changes over time, we are left with a more nebulous worry.
    • Provisions in the Act govern civil marriages and require no religious ritual or ceremony of any kind.
    • Legal objections centred on the Marriages Act of 1949, which updated the 1836 Marriage Act under which civil marriages were first allowed.
    • A law of 1874 required Catholic couples to have a civil marriage as well as a church ceremony.
    • If they oppose civil marriage as an institution, they wouldn't be sinning by entering into the religious marriage but not the civil marriage.
    • The 1836 Marriage Act allowed for civil marriages in England for the first time, with the exemption of the royal family.
    • In addition to the civil marriage ceremony, some couples now go to a mosque to get married according to Islamic law.
    • In June, the Scottish Marriage Act 2002 scrapped the restriction of civil marriages to register offices, allowing councils to approve other sites for ceremonies, including supermarkets.
    • There are three types of marriage in Nigeria today: religious marriage, civil marriage, and traditional marriage.
    • Around 20 couples have already expressed an interest in the ceremonies which will cost the same as civil marriages.
    • Until 1982, all marriages occurred in churches, but civil marriages have been legal since that time.