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New Jersey a Party To Marriage Contract


The State of New Jersey claims it is a third party to the marriage contract in all marriages. Yet, the State never discloses this to the other two parties to the contract. It never discloses what its specific performance is in order for the State's position in the contract to be valid. It never discloses what its consideration to those parties in order for the State's position in the contract to be valid.

The State of New Jersey claims it is a third party to a marriage contract but never performs its end of the bargain. This is "constructive fraud". The two parties to the marriage contract, husband and wife, have been defrauded by the State of New Jersey acting as a fraudulent third party who is under no obligation to abide by the terms of the marriage contract.

If the State of New Jersey were to abide by the terms of the marriage contract then they would have to pay for a married couple's home mortgage, new car loans, trips around the world, million dollar bank accounts. Otherwise, the State of New Jersey has no business being involved in marriages.

Marriage is a fundamental, God-given right that cannot be licensed by the State in order to allow the State to become an uninvited third party. Licenses are imposed by the regulatory police powers of the State in order to do something that is illegal or unlawful. Since when did marriage, a God-given, fundamental right, become illegal or unlawful. In New Jersey, marriage licenses were once required because of interracial marriages and blood testing. Since interfering with interracial marria