Aashish Sharma (Lawyer) 04 August 2008
Guest (n/a) 04 August 2008
As per my views,for registration in the court, proof of marriage is required like marriage card or some witnesses without which marriage can't b registered. Hence, registration of marriage is prima facie proof of getting married.As both are Hindu, marriage will be covered under Hindu marriage act
Srinivas.B.S.S.T ( Advocate) 04 August 2008
With the absence of Sapta Padi and
other rituals, the marriage can not be treated as a marriage under
HMact. But as the marriage is registered it will be covered under
Special Marriage Act.
Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 04 August 2008
that marriage covers under special marriage act. But not Hindu Marriage act.
Tribhuwan Pandey (Advocate) 06 August 2008
The marriage will be covered under Hindu Marriage Act becuase both the husband and wife are hindu.
S.B.adil rahman (Legal Consultant ) 09 September 2008
Hindu marriage Act as both the parties are Hindu.
ashok kumar (advocate) 11 September 2008
Frind , if marriage is registered before competent authority , I'm sure couple filed in the court their affidavits f marri\ge. Without marrige no one can got registration. There are various customs .So they will be governed by H.M.Act
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prof s c pratihar ( urologist &legal studies) 12 September 2008
prior notice-30 days get registered both adults -no hindu rituals-special marriage ACT.
aatma 12 September 2008
ashok kumar (advocate) 13 September 2008
As per rules of Hindu Marrige Act Registrar in whose jurisdiction marriage took place, are vested with jurisdiction to entertain the application for registration of marriage. Proforma is given in the rules. so Mduraie bench ....................
Ashok Kumar Dwivedy Advocate
giri nivarthi rao yadav (lawyer) 14 September 2008
Both the bride AND BRIDEGROOM ARE HINDUS,as such fall under HM Act.
Giri Nivarthi Rao Yadav