The minimum age of marriage in Sri Lanka is 18.
What is the minimum age for marriage in Sri Lanka?
18 Pursuant to a 1995 amendment to the ordinance, the minimum age of marriage was raised to 18 for both men and women. A subsequent provision, however, authorizes parents to consent to a marriage involving a minor. If a parent unreasonably withholds consent, a court may authorize the marriage.
What is the legal age in Sri Lanka?
The age of majority is 18 years in terms of the Age of Majority Ordinance (1865) as amended by the Age of Majority (amendment) Act No. 17 of 1989.
How old do u have to be to start working?
There is no minimum age to start casual or part-time work in NSW. However, you have to be 14 and 9 months to do door-to-door sales work.
What are the personal laws in Sri Lanka?
Today the personal laws in effect in Sri Lanka includes a combination of English common law, Roman-Dutch civil law and customary laws such as Kandyan Law, Thesawalamai Law and Muslim personal Law. Customary laws are applicable to various communities: the Kandyan Sinhalese, Tamils of Jaffna and Muslims respectively.