Kentucky Revised Statutes
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.005 Definition of marriage.
.010 Degree of relationship that will bar marriage.
.020 Other prohibited marriages.
.030 Courts may declare certain marriages void.
.040 Marriage in another state.
.045 Same-sex marriage in another jurisdiction void and unenforceable.
.050 Who may solemnize marriage -- Persons present.
.060 Repealed, 1996.
.070 Marriage not invalid for want of authority to solemnize.
.080 Marriage license required -- Who may issue.
.090 Soliciting persons to be married by particular person -- Sharing remuneration -- Solicitation by minister or justice of the peace.
.100 Marriage license -- Marriage certificate -- Confidentiality of Social Security or other government-issued identification card numbers.
.105 Marriage license valid for thirty days.
.110 Marriage license to be uniform and completely filled out -- Exception under KRS 402.100.
.120 Repealed, 1982.
.130 Repealed, 1982 .
.140 Repealed, 1982.
.150 Repealed, 1982 .
.160 Repealed, 1982
.170 Repealed, 1982
.180 Repealed, 1982
.190 Renumbered as KRS 402.105.
.200 Repealed, 1982 .
.210 Issuance of license when either party under eighteen.
.220 Return of license and certificate to clerk after ceremony.
.230 Filing of marriage certificate -- Record of marriages.
.240 County judge/executive to issue license in absence of clerk.
.250 Circuit Court may affirm or avoid marriage.
.260 Receivership for person under eighteen who marries without judicial consent.
.270 Marriage manual -- Preparation by Human Resources Coordinating Commission for distribution to marriage applicants.
.310 Sickle Cell Disease Detection Act.
.320 Marriage license applicants to be tested for trait or genetically transmitted disease affecting hemoglobin -- Counseling carriers.
.330 Repealed, 1974.
.340 Secretary for Health and Family Services to administer and enforce Sickle Cell Disease Detection Act.