terms and conditions of marriage

For most girls, mar­riage is an impor­tant part of their planned future. The mark in the pass­port gives a feel­ing of sta­bil­i­ty, con­fi­dence in the future. Mar­riage guar­an­tees a hap­py life and the pres­ence of a father in future chil­dren. It is cus­tom­ary to noti­fy rel­a­tives about the date of mar­riage reg­is­tra­tion and cel­e­brate this event cheer­ful­ly in a wide cir­cle of friends and acquain­tances.

The most com­mon motives for mar­riage are:
  • love;
  • the need for a per­ma­nent sex­u­al part­ner;
  • cir­cum­stances, often preg­nan­cy;
  • psy­cho­log­i­cal rea­sons — the real­iza­tion of their needs: the desire to dom­i­nate, the desire for secu­ri­ty;
  • pro­lon­ga­tion of the genus;
  • solu­tion of domes­tic prob­lems — the acqui­si­tion of domes­tic com­fort and mate­r­i­al pros­per­i­ty.

Marriage is subject to the following conditions:

  1. To con­clude a mar­riage, the mutu­al con­sent of the peo­ple who are going to get mar­ried is nec­es­sary. The desire to for­mal­ize the rela­tion­ship should be voiced per­son­al­ly by them. To do this, they need to appear at the reg­istry office in order to express their con­sent oral­ly and in writ­ing in the form of an appli­ca­tion. The sig­na­ture of the per­son who could not come must be cer­ti­fied by a notary. This allows the employ­ees of the reg­istry office to make sure that their inten­tions are vol­un­tary, there are no coer­cions from the out­side.
  2. Achieve­ment of mar­riage­able age. In most states it is eigh­teen years. But it is allowed to mar­ry ear­li­er if there are valid cir­cum­stances and the per­mis­sion of the local gov­ern­ment in your area. One of these rea­sons is con­sid­ered mar­riage dur­ing preg­nan­cy.
  3. The absence of cir­cum­stances pre­vent­ing mar­riage.
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Circumstances preventing marriage:

  • the pres­ence of already reg­is­tered rela­tions;
  • an obsta­cle to mar­riage is a close fam­i­ly rela­tion­ship of per­sons wish­ing to for­mal­ize the union;
  • men­tal inca­pac­i­ty of one of the two;
  • the exis­tence of an adop­tion rela­tion­ship in a cou­ple.

Procedure and rules for marriage:

  1. To enter into a mar­riage, you must sub­mit an appli­ca­tion to the reg­istry office and have the fol­low­ing doc­u­ments with you:
    • iden­ti­fi­ca­tion codes;
    • pass­ports;
    • for divorced — a cer­tifi­cate of divorce;
    • for minors — court per­mis­sion;
    • for wid­ows, a death cer­tifi­cate.
  2. After sub­mit­ting the appli­ca­tion, the cou­ple may still change their mind about for­mal­iz­ing the rela­tion­ship before the day of reg­is­tra­tion and sim­ply not come at the spec­i­fied time.
  3. Mar­riage reg­is­tra­tion takes place in the pres­ence of future spous­es a month after the sub­mis­sion of the appli­ca­tion. This wait­ing peri­od may be extend­ed or short­ened by the Head of the Reg­is­trar’s Office in the case of valid rea­sons, even when the date of reg­is­tra­tion has already been set.
  4. A mar­riage that is record­ed in any of the reg­istry offices is rec­og­nized as valid. At state reg­is­tra­tion, an act is drawn up on the con­clu­sion of mar­riage by the new­ly­weds and a cer­tifi­cate is issued to them in their hands.

The reg­is­tra­tion of mar­riage itself takes place in the estab­lished mode by the reg­istry office. The gen­er­al rules are as fol­lows: after receiv­ing the appli­ca­tion, the reg­istry office employ­ee must explain the pro­ce­dure and con­di­tions for mar­riage, future rights and marriage documentsoblig­a­tions, to make sure that the future new­ly­weds are aware of the mar­i­tal sta­tus and health sta­tus of the part­ner. He must warn the cou­ple about the respon­si­bil­i­ty in case of con­ceal­ment of cir­cum­stances that pre­vent mar­riage. Togeth­er with the future spous­es, the reg­istry office choos­es the time for the offi­cial reg­is­tra­tion of the union and, at the request of the future spous­es, orga­nizes the solemn atmos­phere of the mar­riage cer­e­mo­ny.

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For mar­riage, a cou­ple is charged a state duty, the amount of which and the pro­ce­dure for pay­ment are deter­mined by law. Every­one who plans to tie the knot needs knowl­edge of the con­di­tions and pro­ce­dure for con­clud­ing a mar­riage. They will save your time and pre­vent unnec­es­sary wor­ries at the wrong time.