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58. Indian Christian to be made to understand declarations. — When any Indian Christian is married under the provisions of this Part, the person solemnizing marriage shall ascertain whether such Indian Christian understands the English language and, if he does not, the person solemnizing the marriage shall, at the time of the solemnization, translate, or cause to be translated, to such Indian Christian, into a language which he understands, the declarations made at such marriage in accordance with the provisions of this Act.





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