Marriage Law Quiz
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No consent, as stated in the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 under section 12, can mainly arise from which of the following situations?
First the factors needed for a valid marriage. The Age of Marriage Act 1929 states that you must be how old to marry?
A couple getting married must not be closely related, as set out in the Marriage Act 1949. This was amended, however, by which act?
Marriage (prohibited degrees of relationship) Act 1981
Marriage (prohibited degrees of relationship) Act 1990
Marriage (prohibited degrees of relationship) Act 1986
Marriage (prohibited degrees of relationship) Act 1972
Bigamy is a criminal offence under which section of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861?
The case of Corbett v Corbett (1970) demonstrated which requirement needed for a valid marriage?
The correct formalities must also be followed in order for a marriage to be legal. Which of the following legally has to happen for the majority of these marriages?
There must be two witnesses
All of these
The marriage takes place between 8am and 6pm
The building must be open to the public
Which of the following is not a licence that a couple can apply for if they wish to get married?
They are all
Which section of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 recognises that a marriage is not legal if any of the requirements are absent, making it void?
There are certain rights and duties expected of married partners, which of the following is not a right/duty?
Share of income
Right to inherit
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