Marriage Certificate

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Overview

As per the Hindu Marriage Act (1955), spouses, the husband as well as the wife are given the rights of getting their marriages dissolved by a decree of divorce, which could be taken on more than 1 ground, especially enumerated in the Section-13. Also, the Special Marriage Act (1954)-Section 28 and Divorce Act (1869) – Section 10A is even providing for this divorce taken by mutual consent. Divorce in India is granted by 2 different processes

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A list of minimum required documents is given below. Any other relevant document if needed by your lawyer will be told in due time.

• Age proof of husband

Age proof of wife

• Residence proof

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• Marriage proof

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  • A Marriage Certificate is a certificate that proves relation between husband and wife. Marriage certificate is issued by district marriage registrar, as per religious marriage and special marriage acts.

Currently there are two marriage registration acts under which marriage certificate is issued :

The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 : When marriage is already solemnized where Husband and Wife are Hindus, Buddhists, Jain or Sikhs or when they are converted into any of these religions, they will be considered under these registation Act.

The Special Marriage Act, 1954 : Whereas, this act lay down the procedure for both solemnization and registration of marriage certificate where either of the party or both are not Hindus, Buddhists, Jain or Sikhs.

This certificate can be presented at many places such as passport office, court, Bank, insurance offices, etc. to prove bride and bridegroom were married on particular date.

The reason behind the marriage registration is being compulsory is to make society strong by

  • Giving both parties (husband and wife) equal rights.
  • For availing the right of heritage.
  • Restricting child marriage.
  • Avoiding the fraud cases of marriages.

Any Person destroying, tampering with or dishonestly or fraudulently altering the registrar will be punished with imprisonment upto Five years and/ or fine of Rs. Five Thousand.

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