Court Marriage Procedure and Registration in Chandigarh India

Court Marriage Procedure in India. Know the procedure for court marriage along with the rules and regulations one need to know regarding court marriage process in India.
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CHANDIGARH, India - May 17, 2019 - PRLog -- Court marriage is one, which is solemnized between persons of different nationalities, religions or castes. The court marriage can also be solemnised between two Indian nationals or a foreign national with an Indian national.

Advocate in Chandigarh (AIC) provides Court Marriage Legal Services based in Chandigarh, India.  We have been giving legal services to our clients since last 10+ years in the Chandigarh High Court. Our Lawyers/advocates are excels in their core competencies and delivering exceptional results.

Advocate in Chandigarh (AIC) believes in relation making and trust building to all clients, because winning a case requires a lot of trust between the client and his advocate.

The process of court marriage in India includes different stages and steps and is adhered to  the Special Marriage Act, 1954.

The first thing to see is whether you are eligible to marry or not. In India, in order to get  married, boy must be at least 21 years of age and the girl must not be less than 18 years of age. Other than the age criteria the Special Marriage Act also lays down the following eligibility for marriage:

If both parties are Hindus:

1. A notice for the intention of marriage must be filed by the couple in the district court where one person has resided for 30 days prior to the notice.
2. The registrar for marriages then publicizes the notice to attract any objections.
3. If no objections have been raised within one month of publicizing notice, the marriage can be solemnized.
4. The wedding must be conducted at a particular marriage office.
5. Both parties and three witnesses are required to be present at the solemnization of marriage.

When Spouses are of different Religions:

According to the Special Marriage Act, when spouses are from different religions, it is a civil contract. It does not require religious ceremonies. The procedure is invoked when either spouse or both spouses are not Hindus. Procedure and Documents required are the same.

When one Spouse is an Indian national and the other a Foreign national is:

As per the advice of advocate for court marriage, such a marriage can be solemnized by an Indian marriage registrar or a marriage officer in a foreign country.

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About Advocate in Chandigarh (AIC)

Advocate in Chandigarh is the team of experienced advocates of different age groups including some designated Senior advocates. We are a capable and experienced team of Advocates in Chandigarh High Court.  We want our clients to recognize the advantages of a trustful relationship can bring to both legal planning and the anticipation, avoidance and resolution of legal problems. Apart from Court Marriage, Advocate in Chandigarh (AIC) also expertise in different services, such as Criminal, Civil, Services Matters, Divorce, and much more.

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