Court Marriage

In India, a Court Marriage can be registered under either of the two Marriage Acts: the Hindu Marriage Act,1955 or the Special Marriage Act, 1954.

To be eligible for marriage, the minimum age limit is 21 for males and 18 for females.

The parties to a hindu marriage should be unmarried or divorced, or if previously married, the spouse by that marriage should not be alive.

In addition, the parties should be physically and mentally healthy and must not be related in a way prohibited by the law.

The Hindu Marriage Act is applicable only to the Hindus, whereas the Special Marriage Act is applicable to all citizens of India.

The Hindu Marriage Act provides for registration of an already solemnized marriage.

It does not provide for solemnization of a marriage by the Registrar. The Special Marriage Act provides for solemnization of a marriage as well as registration by a Marriage Officer.

भारतीय कानून के अनुसार कोई भी हिन्दू विवाह हिन्दू विवाह अधिनियम 1955 या स्पेशल मैरिज एक्ट के अंतर्गत रजिस्टर कराया जा सकता है।

इसी प्रकार मुस्लिम विवाह भी रजिस्टर कराया जा सकता है ।

हम हिन्दू एवं मुस्लिम दोनों धर्मो के लिए कोर्ट मैरिज की सर्विस प्रदान करते है ।

 

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