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the Act of 27 June 2008 No. 53 (in force from 1 January 2009 pursuant to the Decree of 27 June 2008 No. 745). Section 1 a. Age for marriage
No person under 18 years of age may contract a marriage without the consent of the persons or person having parental responsibility, and the permission of the county governor. The county governor may not grant permission if the applicant is under 16 years of age. If one of the persons having parental responsibility lacks the capacity to act legally, or if consent cannot be obtained within a reasonable time, the consent of the other person is sufficient. If both persons are in this position, and a guardian has been appointed, the consent of the guardian is required. The county governor may only give permission when there are strong reasons for contracting a marriage. If the persons or person having parental responsibility or the guardian refuses to consent, the county governor may nevertheless give permission if there is no reasonable ground for such refusal. Amended by the Act of 18 January 2007 No. 1 (in force from 1 June 2007 pursuant to the Decree of 18 January 2007 No. 57) and 27 June 2008 No. 53 (in force from 1 January 2009 pursuant to the Decree of 27 June 2008 No. 745). Section 1 b. Voluntariness

Women and men have the same right to choose a spouse freely. They shall contract the marriage of their own free will and by their own consent. Added by the Act of 10 June 2005 No. 38 (in force from 1 July 2005 pursuant to the Decree of 10 June 2005 No. 527). Amended by the Act of 27 June 2008 No. 53 (in force from 1 January 2009 pursuant to the Decree of 27 June 2008 No. 745). Section 2. Right of...