This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Registration Ordinance. Appointment of Registrar-General and his duties.
This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Registration Ordinance. Appointment of Registrar-General and his duties. Appointment of Assistant Registrar-General and their duties. There may from time to time be appointed a fit and proper person or each of two or more such persons to be or to act as an Assistant Registrar-General of Marriages.
Any person so appointed may exercise, perform or discharge any power, duty or function expressly conferred or imposed upon the Assistant Registrar-General, and may subject to the directions of the Minister and under the authority and control of the Registrar-General, exercise, perform or discharge any power, duty or function conferred or imposed upon the Registrar-General, by or under this Ordinance.
Establishment of registration divisions. Provided that in case of the death, sudden illness, or incapacity of the Registrar of a division, or in case of other emergency, it shall be lawful for the Registrar-General or District Registrar, by writing under his hand, to appoint a person to act as Registrar for such division so however that no such appointment shall be made by a District Registrar for any period exceeding thirty days at any one time.
Such acting appointment shall be forthwith entered under the hand of the officer making the appointment in a book to be kept for the purpose.
Power to make rules. Residence, office, and station of Registrar. Provided that the District Registrar may, in the special circumstances of any case and with the prior approval of the Registrar-General, authorise a Registrar to dwell or to have his office or to have a station at a place outside his division.
Attendance of Registrar at his office. Registration of place of worship for solemnisation of marriage. Registration of such place if thinly populated district. Where the population in any district is so scattered that it is difficult to procure the signatures of twenty householders, it shall be lawful for the Registrar-General to issue his certificate upon a declaration signed by as many householders as live within convenient distance from the building, and countersigned by the Minister, proprietor, or trustee, and upon such other evidence as the Registrar-General may require to satisfy him that the building is used for public Christian worship.
Cancellation or substitution of registration of building. The Registrar-General may at any time correct or cause to be corrected any error in any entry made in the book kept under section 10 for the registration of buildings. Publication of lists of Registrars and registered buildings.
The Registrar-General may from time to time publish in the Gazette a list of the Registrars of Marriages in Sri Lanka, with their names, the names of their divisions, offices, and stations, and a list of the buildings registered for the solemnisation of marriages therein, and of which the registration has not been cancelled.
Prohibited age of marriage. No marriage contracted after the coming into force of this section shall be valid unless both parties to the marriage have completed eighteen years of age. Prohibited degrees of relationship. No marriage shall be valid— a where either party shall be directly descended from the other; or b where the female shall be sister of the male either by the full or the half-blood, or the daughter of his brother or of his sister by the full or the half-blood, or a descendant from either of them, or daughter of his wife by another father, or his son's or grandson's or father's or grandfather's widow; or c where the male shall be brother of the female either by the full or the half-blood, or the son of her brother or sister by the full or the half-blood, or a descendant from, either of them, or the son of her husband by another mother, or her deceased daughter's or granddaughter's or mother's or grandmother's husband.
Marriage of persons within prohibited degrees of relationship an offence. Any marriage or cohabitation between parties standing towards each other in any of the above-enumerated degrees of relationship shall be deemed to be an offence, and shall be punishable with imprisonment, simple or rigorous, for any period not exceeding one year.Registration Of Marriage For Non-Muslim Registration of Marriage Under The Registration of Marriages Ordinance Re-Registration Of Marriage Of Non-muslim Couples Married According To Any Law, Religion, Custom Or Usage Before MARRIAGES OTHER THAN THE MARRIAGES OF MUSLIMS AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER REGISTRATION THEREOF.
Ordinance Nos, 19 of 27 of 8 of 18 of 27 of This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Registration Ordinance. Appointment of Registrar-General and his. MARRIAGE ORDINANCE Arrangement of sections PART I—PRELIMINARY Section 1.
Short title and interpretation. PART II—GENERAL 2. Appointment of Registrar. 3.
MARRIAGES OTHER THAN THE MARRIAGES OF MUSLIMS AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER REGISTRATION THEREOF. Ordinance Nos, 19 of 27 of 8 of 18 of 27 of This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Registration Ordinance. Appointment of Registrar-General and his. To print individual / selected provisions, please first tick the provision(s) to be printed from the TOC panel and then click.; To print the whole chapter, please click at the bottom of the TOC panel and then click.; Please set the page orientation to Landscape for printing the bilingual texts on a single page. 4. Registrar to register customary marriage (1) The Registrar of the district shall, on receipt of an application for the registration of a marriage, register the marriage and shall by notice in the form set out in the Second Schedule notify the public of the registration of the marriage.
Office of Registrar. 4. Notice of marriage. 5. Signature of notice by person unable to write or to understand English language. 6. Registrar to supply forms of notice free of charge. 7. Registration of Marriages by a Christian Minister. Christians can register their marriages at their Churches.
Marriage notice should be written and attested in duplicate and handed over to the Registrar of Marriage of the division. The Ordinance Marriage Ceremony & Certificate of Marriage.
In a quick ceremony at the marriage registry, a registered officer officiates, leads the partners make solemn declarations and exchange rings and sign the marriage register.
After all that a certificate of marriage is presented to the couple and pronounced and husband wife. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Registration Ordinance.
Appointment of Registrar-General and his duties. 2. (1) There may be appointed a Registrar-General of Marriages for Sri Lanka. (2) The Registrar-General shall, subject to the directions of.