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Any judge, retired judge, clerk or clerk, and evangelical preacher authorized to marry according to the customs of the Church to which he belongs may solemnize marriage in that State. Each of these persons solemnizing the marriage must return his hearings to the scene, indicating the names and addresses of at least two witnesses who were present at the time of the marriage. The return takes place within fifteen days of the marriage with the district clerk who issued the license. The district clerk must record the declaration or have it entered in the same book in which the marriage certificate is entered. 1. Persons authorized to enter into marriage. Marriages may be contracted in this State: A. If a resident of that State: (1) A judge or judge; (2) An attorney admitted to the Maine Bar; (4) a notary in accordance with Title 4, Chapter 19; [PL 2011, c. 111, §2 (AMD).] B. Whether or not you reside in this state and whether or not you are a citizen of the United States: (1) An ordained gospel preacher; (2) A cleric who is at the service of the religious body to which he belongs; or (3) A person authorized to preach by a clergy association, religious seminary or church body; and [PL 2011, c. 111, §3 (AMD).] C. A non-resident of the State holding a provisional registration certificate issued by the Office of Vital Data, Research and Statistics in accordance with subsection 1âA.

[PL 2011, c. 111, §4 (NEW).] [PL 2011, c. 111, §Â§2-4 (AMD).] 1-A. Provisional Certificate of Registration. The Bureau of Vital Data, Research and Statistics may issue a provisional certificate of registration to solemnize a marriage to a person who resides in another State and who is authorized to solemnize marriages under the laws of that State. One. A person applying for a provisional registration certificate under this subdivision shall provide to the Bureau of Vital Statistics, Research, and Vital Statistics: (1) A copy of a valid order or other proof of solemnization of marriages in the person`s State of residence as proof of the existence of the Authority; (2) A copy of the law of the other State giving individuals the power to solemnize marriages in that State; (3) the names and place of residence of the 2 parties whose marriage it wishes to solemnize and the expected date of marriage; and (4) a $100 registration fee. [PL 2011, c. 111, §5 (NEW).] B. If it is established that the person has met the requirements of paragraph A, the Bureau of Vital Data, Research and Statistics shall issue to the person a provisional registration certificate authorizing him or her to solemnize the marriage of the parties whose names have been given in accordance with section A, paragraph 3.

The Office of Vital Data, Research and Statistics may refuse to issue a provisional registration certificate if the complaints against the person are justified for acts committed in that State or for any other important reason, even if the State in which the person has the right to marry has not taken disciplinary action. [PL 2011, c. 111, §5 (NEW).] C. A provisional registration certificate does not entitle the person to contract a marriage other than the marriage of the parties in accordance with Section A, paragraph 3. [PL 2011, c. 111, §5 (NEW).] D. The provisional certificate of registration referred to in this paragraph shall expire upon signature of the marriage certificate or 90 days after its issuance, whichever comes first. [PL 2011, c. 111, §5 (NEW).] E. The Office for Data, Research and Vital Statistics shall maintain a permanent register of all provisional registration certificates issued in accordance with this Subsection. The registers shall contain the name and domicile of each person to whom a provisional registration certificate is issued. [PL 2011, c.

111, §5 (NEW).] [PL 2011, c. 111, §5 (NEW).] 2. Law Enforcement. The State Registrar shall apply this section to the extent that it is within the jurisdiction of the State Registrar and shall inform the prosecutor of the county in which the sentence is to be enforced of the facts that have been brought to the attention of the State Registrar. Upon receipt of such notice, the district attorney will prosecute the person who violated this section. [PL 1995, c.

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