Two Hindu couple are intending to marry. They fall within Sapinda relationship.Customs not allow in their community.
1. If one of them converts into Christianity and then they marry under special marriage act. Marriage is valid?
2. Both of them convert into Christianity and then marry. Marriage is legal?
3. Such conversion for marriage will be supposed to be legal by court?
4. If they already solemnised a marriage in Arya Samaj mandir without being converted.Then one of them or both of them convert into Christianity and they want to marry under special marriage act. Is it possible?
The Special Marriage Act provides a special form of marriage, its registration and divorce. A marriage between any two persons belonging to any religion or creed may be solemnised under this Act. Being a secular Act, it plays a key role in liberating individuals from traditional requirements of marriage.