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If a boy is muslim and girl is hindu. How they should perform court marriage.
 
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The marriage may be registered under the Special Marriage Act 1954. The Special Marriage registrar (Marriage Officer) having jurisdiction can register the marriage between a Muslim boy and hindu girl.

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They have to get the marriage registered under the Special Marriage Act

 
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Retired employee.

Visit to the Registrar of Marriages office and there are several consultants pitching outside the office  to guide you on such marriages.

 

 
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Hello,

Court marriages are solemnized under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Court marriage can be performed between an Indian male and a female irrespective of their caste, religion or creed. The procedure of the Court marriages does away with the rituals and ceremonies of the traditional marriages. The parties can directly apply to the Marriage Registrar for performance & registration of marriage and grant of marriage certificate. 

ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS FOR COURT MARRIAGE

  • There should not be subsisting valid marriage of either of the parties with any other person.
  • The bridegroom should be of twenty-one (21) years and bride should be of eighteen (18) years of age.
  • The parties should not be of unsoundness of mind of such a nature as to be unable to give valid consent for the marriage, or suffering from mental disorder of such a kind or to such an extent as to be unfit for marriage and procreation of children, or has been subject to recurrent attacks of insanity.
  • The parties should not fall within the degree of prohibited relationship.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR COURT MARRIAGE

  • Application form in the prescribed format with the prescribed fee
  • Passport Size Photographs of Marrying Persons
  • Residential Proof of Marrying Persons.
  • Date of Birth Proof of Marrying Persons.
  • Residential Proof and PAN Card of Three Witnesses
  • Death certificate or divorce decree whichever is applicable, in case one of the parties had any marriages in the past.

PROCEDURE:
 

  • The parties need to file a Notice of Intended Marriage in the specified form to the Marriage Registrar of the district in which at least one of the parties to the marriage has resided for a period of not less than 30 days immediately preceding the date on which such notice is given.
  • The notice is then published/put-up by the Registrar of Marriage inviting objections, if any.
  • After the expiration of 30 days from the date on which notice of intended marriage has been published, the marriage may be solemnized unless it has been objected by any person.
  • The marriage may be solemnized at the specified Marriage Office.
  • Both parties along with three witnesses are required to be present on the date of registration/Solemnization.

Hope this gives you a clear idea about the procedure!

Regards

Palak Singh


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PLEASE CONTACT A. A. ZAIDI ADVOCATE FOR PRO BONO LEGAL HELP. CONTACT NO. 9719775005.
 
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Get it registered under the provisions of Special Marriage Act, 1954 seeking professional services of a local prudent lawyer.

 
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PLEASE CONTACT A. A. ZAIDI ADVOCATE FOR PRO BONO LEGAL HELP. CONTACT NO. 9719775005.
 
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