- 1 Post By Raymott
no legally recognized
"Common-law marriage is a form of interpersonal status that is legally recognized in limited jurisdictions as a marriage even though no legally recognized marriage ceremony is performed or civil marriage contract is entered into or the marriage registered in a civil registry."
Am I right to think that "no legal recognized" apply to the three different phrases that follow?
The structure seems a bit weird to me. Is that grammatically correct?
Re: no legally recognized
It might look a bit weird because it's such a long sentence without any commas.
Originally Posted by rainous
"It's legally recognised even though no legally recognised A is performed, or B is entered into, or C is entered."
That is, there is no A or B or C.
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