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§ 1 If a couple want to marry before a Swedish
a wedding service abroad, comes what is said below about
impediments to trial.
2 § If impediments to trial has been made by the Revenue Commissioners, or of
an authority which belongs to Denmark, Finland, Iceland or
Norway, the marriage take place in accordance with the generally applicable
for marriage under Swedish law.
paragraph 3 of the impediments to trial may be enforced by a Swedish Mission
in a foreign State or of a Swedish Consulate. A olönat
consulates must not, however, without the Government enforcing
impediments to trial.
4 section at the nearest examination under paragraph 3, anyone who is registered
in Sweden show an extract from the population register that shows
his or her permission to marry. This is needed
unless it would cause delay, which means
serious inconvenience for the pair to get the statement.
Otherwise, the pair perform the obligations which the law
for those who want to get the impediments to trial.
The Revenue Commissioners may provide for the form
statement referred to in the first subparagraph.
§ 5 If the couple to fulfil their obligations under paragraph 4 and the like
effect of no impediment trial does not find any obstacles to
the marriage, the couple tie the knot within four months thereafter.
6 § When the marriage may take place according to section 5, the issuing
impediments to trial at the request of the couple, issue the appropriate certificate.
Someone else may not officiate marriage ceremonies because of
impediments to trial without such a certificate. If
the Minister is aware of the marriage bar
attention at the impediments to trial, the couple did not marry.
section 7 if the Government has decided that marriage may not be concluded in
contrary to the law of marriage, the Minister ensure
that such barriers do not exist.
section 8 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions
If an appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions
than decisions relating to the issuance of certificates under section 6 may, however,
not subject to appeal.
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