Ellehaf v. Taffaf

The court determined that a religious ceremony was insufficient for a legal marriage where it failed to satisfy other statutory requirements. Ellehaf v. Taffaf, 2006 WL 736561 (Mich. Ct. App. 2006) Court: Court of Appeals of Michigan Father and Mother held a religious marriage ceremony in Michigan. Neither of them obtained a marriage license from

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Farah v. Farah

The Court, in favor of the Husband, held that a proxy marriage held in England in accordance with Islamic Law was invalid. Farah v. Farah, 16 Va. App. 329; 429 S.E.2d 626 (1993) Court: Court of Appeals of Virginia Husband is a citizen of Algeria and Wife is a citizen of Pakistan. They signed a

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