As a child, I had a serious problem with my neighbor’s car. I was a big fan of the new car; my neighbor’s car was almost my favorite car ever built. After I drove by my neighbor’s car as far north as I could see, a car that had the name of the city and the city of my favorite town was suddenly parked along the curb.
This isn’t uncommon in North Carolina. North Carolina has a very strict common law marriage law, so a car that says it’s for the North Carolina market is in fact an invalid license. The law was passed back in 1868 after the Supreme Court declared that the common law marriage of two people should be governed by the laws of North Carolina, not the statutes of the United States.
If you have common law marriage license, then you can be married in your home state, and not have to travel to another state for a valid license. So if your car says its for the North Carolina market, you can be married in your home state and not have a valid license.
If you haven’t obtained a common law marriage license, you can be married in your home state, but the state that recognizes common law marriage will have to register you with the state that recognizes common law marriage. And if you live in one of the states where the common law marriage is recognized but have a non-registered marriage license, the state that you live in is the one that will register you into the common law marriage.
If you can’t get a marriage license, you can still continue to have your common law marriage license.
I know this a bit of an odd statement, but the state of North Carolina will not recognize common law marriage in the state of North Carolina. In other words, you are not married in North Carolina, so you can’t even register your marriage into the common law marriage. If you live in one of the states where common law marriage is recognized but live outside of the recognized state, you will be in legal limbo until the state recognizes your marriage.
Some states like North Carolina and Virginia, and a few other states, do not recognize common law marriage in the North Carolina state.
If you live in North Carolina, you can still register your marriage in a couple of other states. But you may not be married in those states so you cannot register your marriage into the common law marriage in North Carolina. In North Carolina, the only way to get married is to be in a church or in a civil ceremony that is held in state.
This means that if you are in North Carolina, you cannot have a common law marriage unless you have been married in a civil ceremony in North Carolina. If you want to be married in North Carolina, you will have to register your marriage into the common law marriage in North Carolina.
It’s definitely not a “common law marriage” in North Carolina for some reason.