If I marry under Sapinda relationship then who can void it,the family members or anyone inside or outside the family? What are the future problems should I face?
anubhav Bhatt 12 January 2022
Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate) 12 January 2022
Only husband and wife can maintain challenge of such wedlock and none other person may be parents,family members or stranger can challenge in court of law.
Anaita Vas 12 January 2022
A marriage between the parties who are sapindas or in other words a marriage between the parties who are of his or her relations or of the same family.
Under section 5(v) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, which states that if the Hindu bride and the Hindu groom are "Sapindus" of each other, the marriage between the two cannot be solemnized by law and will be legally void.
If your marriage is void, you can face the following consequences in the future -
You can refer to Arun Laxmanrao Navalkar vs Meena Arun Navalkar on 12 April, 2006 to understand more about sapinda relationships and why they are void.