Court Marriage Registration
Court marriages are the marriages that have been solemnized as per the Indian law under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Court marriages can be committed between two Indian individuals or between one Indian and one foreign national irrespective of their religion, caste and creed.
Now get all types of marriages such as Court Marriage – Arya Samaj Marriage – Marriage under Special Marriage Act 1954 – Marriage under Hindu Marriage Act 1955 – Marriage Law Relating to Muslim – Love Marriage – Protested marriage – Other Forms of Marriage, at a single platform in a nominal fee structure and little span of time. It's our guarantee to provide and arrange superlative facilities for performing/solemnizing the marriages followed by due process of law which is framed under Indian Laws.
Our Matrimony Law Experts arrange for whole marriage procedures and also keep ready all the required legal documents that are needed for the completion of the procedure. Our qualified professionals provide all kinds of legal consultancy for Court Marriage and also give lawful and righteous suggestions to the couples looking forward for court marriage. If you have any doubt regarding the lawsuit of marriage and registration of marriage then feel free to consult our professionals, we will be glad to resolve your queries. Only the couples belonging to Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, or Sikh religion or who have recently converted into these religions, can be registered under the Hindu marriage Act. Besides, if both the couples don’t belong to the above mentioned religion, then the marriage is registered under the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Police Protection from High Court
The couple who intends to get married and have attained the age of majority, i.e., 18 years for bride and 21 years groom, can file for police protection in case of threat to their life and property. In case, the concerned police officer or police station does not take any action regarding their application, then the following petition can be forwarded to the concerned state court.
Part III of the Indian Constitution deals with the fundamental rights of the Indian citizens and describes the right of maturity. The Right of Freedom of Life and Liberty has been offered to all citizens of India, irrespective of their age, sex, religion, caste or place of birth, and no one can violate these rights. Generally, the couples who stand against the societal norms and solemnize marriages against the wishes of their family and society, faces the constant threat of their life and property. In such case, they can plead to the High Court for the protection of their life and liberty.
The conservative people of traditional Indian society thinks it is immoral to solemnize marriages outside their caste and religion. The Indian Constitution also allows every individual to perform the marriage with their free and full consent after reaching the age of majority. To fight against and protect couples from these worst outcomes, police protection has become imperative.
Registered Court Marriage
A marriage certificate is an official statement of the marriage solemnized between two individuals. The court marriages are marriages solemnized in a court in front of marriage officer, and these marriages are liberated from traditional marriage customs and rituals. Minimum of three witnesses are required to witness the marriage.
Documents required for the registration of Court Marriage
- Affidavit for the registration of marriage duly filled and signed by both parties, and attested by the Magistrate/ Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM)/ or Notary Public with Register Entry Number.
- Residential proof of both the parties (Passport/ Ration Card/ Bank Passbook etc.).
- Proof of Date of Birth of both parties (Matriculation certificate/ Birth Certificate/ Passport etc.).
- Four passport size photographs of both Bride and Groom.
- If either of the part is divorce, then certified copy of Decree of Divorce granted by the court.
- If either of the party or both are widow/widower, then Death Certificate of the dead spouse.
- If either of the party is Foreign National, or holder of foreign Passport, or is having a foreign Residential Address, then he/she is required to submit Certificate of Present Marital Status of the party/ No Impediment Certificate/ No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the concerned Embassy, and valid Visa.
- Marriage invitation card, if available.
- Two witnesses with the identity (ID) proof.
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The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has ruled that registration of marriage is compulsory and directed all the states and union territories to frame rules accordingly.
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