Form 700-00209 "Petition for Non-resident Minister to Perform Marriage Ceremony" - Vermont

What Is Form 700-00209?

This is a legal form that was released by the Vermont Superior Court - a government authority operating within Vermont. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on July 1, 2018;
  • The latest edition provided by the Vermont Superior Court;
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Download Form 700-00209 "Petition for Non-resident Minister to Perform Marriage Ceremony" - Vermont

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STATE OF VERMONT
SUPERIOR COURT
PROBATE DIVISION
Unit
Docket No.
PETITION FOR NON-RESIDENT MINISTER
TO PERFORM MARRIAGE CEREMONY
Petitioner ____________________________ of __________________________________________________
(Petitioner’s Name)
(Mailing Address)
in accordance with Title 18, Section 5144 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, requests special authorization
to solemnize and perform the marriage between:
____________________________________ of ___________________________________________________
(Name)
(Mailing Address)
and
____________________________________ of ___________________________________________________
(Name)
(Mailing Address)
Now planned for ______________ in the Town of _________________________________________________
(Date of Ceremony)
Petitioner hereby swears and affirms that:
1. Petitioner is a member of the clergy of the _________________________________________________
(Name of Denomination)
in the State of _______________________;
2. Petitioner is duly ordained or licensed, and otherwise regularly authorized thereunto by the published
laws or discipline of the general conference, convention, or other authority of their faith or
denomination; and
3. Petitioner has attached true and accurate copies of documentation confirming Petitioner’s status as a
duly ordained or licensed member of the clergy.
Title 18, Section 5144 of Vermont Statutes Annotated provides that the Court may approve these petitions “if
the Probate judge determines that the circumstances make the special authorization desirable.” If your
ordination or license is not based upon active and on-going ministry, and/or was obtained specifically to
obtain authorization to perform the marriage in question, please identify to the Court the circumstances
which would support the required finding that this special authorization is desirable:
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
On:
Date
Signature of Petitioner
At:
City, County and State
Printed Name
Signed and sworn to before me:
Date
Signature of Notary Public
Expiration Date
700-00209 – Petition for Non-Resident Minister to Perform Marriage Ceremony (07/2018)
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STATE OF VERMONT
SUPERIOR COURT
PROBATE DIVISION
Unit
Docket No.
PETITION FOR NON-RESIDENT MINISTER
TO PERFORM MARRIAGE CEREMONY
Petitioner ____________________________ of __________________________________________________
(Petitioner’s Name)
(Mailing Address)
in accordance with Title 18, Section 5144 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, requests special authorization
to solemnize and perform the marriage between:
____________________________________ of ___________________________________________________
(Name)
(Mailing Address)
and
____________________________________ of ___________________________________________________
(Name)
(Mailing Address)
Now planned for ______________ in the Town of _________________________________________________
(Date of Ceremony)
Petitioner hereby swears and affirms that:
1. Petitioner is a member of the clergy of the _________________________________________________
(Name of Denomination)
in the State of _______________________;
2. Petitioner is duly ordained or licensed, and otherwise regularly authorized thereunto by the published
laws or discipline of the general conference, convention, or other authority of their faith or
denomination; and
3. Petitioner has attached true and accurate copies of documentation confirming Petitioner’s status as a
duly ordained or licensed member of the clergy.
Title 18, Section 5144 of Vermont Statutes Annotated provides that the Court may approve these petitions “if
the Probate judge determines that the circumstances make the special authorization desirable.” If your
ordination or license is not based upon active and on-going ministry, and/or was obtained specifically to
obtain authorization to perform the marriage in question, please identify to the Court the circumstances
which would support the required finding that this special authorization is desirable:
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
On:
Date
Signature of Petitioner
At:
City, County and State
Printed Name
Signed and sworn to before me:
Date
Signature of Notary Public
Expiration Date
700-00209 – Petition for Non-Resident Minister to Perform Marriage Ceremony (07/2018)
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