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Report No. 15

69. Language of notices and declarations.-

(I) Any notice to be given or declaration to be made by any person in respect of an intended marriage under this Act may be given or made in a language commonly in use in the State or the part of State in which the notice is given or declaration made, or in English.

(2) Every person solemnizing a marriage under this Act shall satisfy himself that the parties to the marriage have understood the contents of the notice given and the declaration made by each of them, and (where a certificate of notice of marriage is required to be issued under this Act) of the certificate of notice of marriage issued for the marriage.

[Sections 23, 57 and 58, Christian Marriage Act.]

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