sealing ceremony

sealing ceremony
The form of solemnization of marriages required of its members by the Mormon Church, the same being sufficient to constitute a valid marriage between persons competent to enter into a marriage, assuming that requirements imposed by law other than the matter of ceremony are met. Hilton v Roylance, 25 Utah 129, 69 P 660.

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