Solemnization

  • 41Solemnize — Sol em*nize, n. Solemnization. [R.] [1913 Webster] Though spoused, yet wanting wedlock s solemnize. Spenser. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 42solemnize — verb ( nized; nizing) Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to observe or honor with solemnity 2. to perform with pomp or ceremony; especially to celebrate (a marriage) with religious rites 3. to make solemn ; dignify intransitive verb to speak… …

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  • 46Common-law marriage — Family law Entering into marria …

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  • 51Constitution Act, 1867 — Constitution of Canada This article is part of a series Constitutional history …

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  • 52Marriage in Canada — The Government of Canada has exclusive authority governing marriage and divorce in Canada under section 91(26) of the Constitution of Canada.[1] However section 92(12) of the Constitution gives the provinces the power to pass laws regulating the… …

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  • 53Same-sex marriage in Nova Scotia —   Same sex marriage in Canada Legal Civil Marriage Act Reference re Same Sex Marriage …

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  • 59Members of the 39th Canadian Parliament and same-sex marriage —   Same sex marriage in Canada Legal Civil Marriage Act Reference re Same Sex Marriage …

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  • 60Proxy marriage — A proxy wedding or (proxy marriage) is a wedding in which the bride or groom (or both) is not physically present, usually being represented instead by another person. If both partners are absent a double proxy wedding occurs. Marriage by proxy is …

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