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We provide our finest services for Valid Marriage Registration in India with the fullest satisfaction of Parities deciding to be tied in matrimonial knot.

MARRIAGE

Every Society and Religion recognises the Marriage Institution which fetches man and woman into family life. In this institution man and woman are permitted to have sexual relationship and procreate lawful, valid and legitimate children.

It is a social need because through marriage, families are established and the families are the fundamental entity of our society.

Marriage protects our society from foulness and unchastity.

CONDITITION FOR VALID MARRIAGE:

Mental Health Of The Parties:
  1. Both Parties (Bride & Groom) should be sound mind for the sake to give valid consent for marriage.
  2. The person shall not be suffering from any insanity or mental disorder at the time of the marriage.
Age Of Parties :
  1. The bride’s age should not be less than 18 years.
  2. The groom’s age should not be less than 21 years.
DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR MARRIAGE REGISTRATION:
  1. Both Parties original Notarised Affidavit - 01 Number.
  2. Both Parties Passport Size Color Photo - 04 Numbers.
  3. Joint Marriage Ceremony Photo - 01 Number.
  4. Invitation Card/Priest Certificate Card - 01 Number.
  5. Both Parties Voter Card and Aadhar Card - 01 Number.
  6. Both Parties PAN Card and Passport of the applicant - 01 Number.
  7. Both Parties E-mail and Mobile number.
  8. Both Parties Birth Proof – Birth Certificate Or 10th Class Certificate Or Passport.
WITNESSES
  1. For Hindu Marriage: Two 2 Witnesses with PAN Card, Address Proof and mobile Number.
  2. For Special Marriage: Three 3 witnesses with PAN Card, Address Proof and mobile Number.
APPOINT TYPE - GENERAL OR TATKAL

THE SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT, 1954

The SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT, 1954 is an Act of the Parliament of India with provision for civil marriage (or "registered marriage") for people of India and all Indian nationals in foreign countries, irrelevant of the religion or faith followed by either party. The Act originated from a piece of legislation proposed during the late 19th century. Marriages solemnized under Special Marriage Act are not governed by personal laws.

APPLICABILITY:

  1. Any person irrespective of religion.
  2. Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Christians, Parsis, or Jews can also perform marriage under the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
  3. Inter-religion marriages are performed under this Act.
  4. This Act is applicable to the entire territory of India and extends to intending spouses who are both Indian nationals living abroad.
  5. Indian national living abroad.

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