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Contents

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Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II MONOGAMOUS MARRIAGES

Part III SOLEMNIZATION OF MARRIAGES

Part IV REGISTRATION

Part V PENALTIES AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS RELATING TO SOLEMNIZATION AND REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGES

Part VI RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF HUSBAND AND WIFE

Part VII PROTECTION OF FAMILY

Part VIII MAINTENANCE OF WIFE AND CHILDREN

Part IX ENFORCEMENT OF MAINTENANCE ORDERS

Part X

Chapter 1 — DIVORCE

Chapter 2 — JUDICIAL SEPARATION

Chapter 3 — NULLITY OF MARRIAGE

Chapter 4 — FINANCIAL PROVISIONS CONSEQUENT ON MATRIMONIAL PROCEEDINGS

Chapter 4A — FINANCIAL RELIEF CONSEQUENTIAL ON FOREIGN MATRIMONIAL PROCEEDINGS

Chapter 5 — WELFARE OF CHILDREN

Chapter 6 — GENERAL PROVISIONS

Part XI OFFENCES AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS

Part XII MISCELLANEOUS

FIRST SCHEDULE Kindred and affinity: prohibited degrees of relationship

SECOND SCHEDULE Consents required to the marriage of a minor

Legislative History

 
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On 29/07/2014, you requested the version in force on 29/07/2014 incorporating all amendments published on or before 29/07/2014. The closest version currently available is that of 28/03/2013.
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Conciliation Officers
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—(1)  The Minister may appoint such public officers as he thinks fit to be Conciliation Officers for the purposes of this Act and shall from time to time publish in the Gazette the names of the officers so appointed.
(2)  Where there are differences between the parties to a marriage, the parties or either of them may refer the differences to a Conciliation Officer for his advice and assistance.
(3)  A Conciliation Officer may by notice in writing require any party to a marriage to attend before him at any reasonable time and at any convenient place for the purposes of settling differences between the parties to the marriage and such person shall be legally bound to attend as required and to answer any questions relating to those differences, truthfully and to the best of his ability.
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