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Required Document
  • Both the parties need to show the proof of your marital status
  • The individual parties need to show the address proof by Adhaar card, ration card, passport, or voter id.
  • Both the parties need to show the birth certificate
  • The proof of residence needs to be shown

Can We Do Court Marriage In One Day?

Every citizen has the right to marry the partner of their choosing, as stated in Article 21 of the Constitution. The authorized and legitimate way to marry your partner is through a court marriage. However, there are some conditions that must be met by both willing parties before a court marriage can be performed, such as age requirements and the necessary legal documentation work.

Sometimes both partners are eager to get hitched and file for legal registration of their marriage union. Many laws were created to streamline, simplify, and lower the cost of the court marriage process. These laws may include: 1) The 1955 Hindu Marriage Act Islamic Marriage Act of 1939 3) The 1872 Indian Christian Marriage Act

You can definitely fully understand the court marriage process after reading this article.

Eligibility of the partners for court marriage in one day:

There are certain requirements, which need to be followed by the willing parties for their court marriage procedure

Age Criteria: In India, child marriage is forbidden. Both the partners must attain the legal age, whereas a boy and girl must be at least 21 years and 18 years old respectively.

Valid Consent: Both partners need to be in good physical and mental health for their individual valid consent for the marriage

Non-Prohibited Relationship: Unless their customs or traditions permit such marriage, the parties must not fall within the range of prohibited relationships.

No Living Spouse: Both the partners must not have in any kind of married relationship or their spouse already living with them

There are also some valid documents required at the time of solemnizing the court marriage:

  • Both the parties need to show the proof of your marital status
  • The individual parties need to show the address proof by Adhaar card, ration card, passport, or voter id.
  • Both the parties need to show the birth certificate
  • The proof of residence needs to be shown
  • Passport-size photographs of both the parties
  • Invitation card of marriage

There are different rituals and traditions on the basis of the religion followed

There are different rituals and traditions on the basis of the religion followed and practiced by the marrying parties, but to marry through the court the procedure, there are certain acts and laws have been made, which that couple has to follow with respect to their religion

According To Hindu Religion: According to the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955, same-day marriage and registration are conducted if both partners are Hindus, including Sikhs, Parsis, and Jains.

Court marriage can be completed in just two steps in one day. You must first obtain a marriage certificate from a ritualistic place, then, According to the Hindu Marriage Act, you can easily register your marriage in court with the aid of that certificate.

Arya Samaj Marriage - It takes around 2-3 Hours to get married in a valid Arya Samaj Mandir to get a court marriage certificate.

Registration in the Court - On the same day you can register your marriage in the court with the help of a verified Arya Samaj Marriage certificate.

According To Muslim Religion: If both the partners belong to the Muslim Religion then, same-day marriage & registration is performed according to the Muslim Marriage Act, 1939

Nikah - Marriage between two partners is referred to as Nikah in Islamic law. With the aid of a Kazi, both partners perform their Nikah. A Nikah Nama, or marriage certificate, is further issued by Kazi.

Registration in the Court - On the same day, the marriage of Muslim partners is registered in the court as per the act.

According To Christian Religion: If both the partners belong to the Christian Religion then, same-day marriage & registration is performed as per the Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872

Church Marriage - Both the Christian partners are married in the Church. The priest performs the marriage of both the partners and issues a marriage certificate.

Registration in the Court - On the same day, the marriage of Christian partners is registered in the court as per the act.

How Lead India Can Help You:

Confidential: We protect each client's privacy. Numerous personal documents, including your Aadhar card, PAN card, address proof, etc., are needed for a court marriage. The safety and security of these personal details are our top priorities.

Smooth and hassle-free process: You don't need to be concerned about the court marriage procedure. At the court and Arya Samaj Mandir, our Associate will handle all the paperwork.

Verified Attorneys: All of the attorneys have years of experience and expertise in a variety of legal fields.

Publication and Intimation facility: Lead India Group has a media source of its own. We provide you with the option to easily publish your marriage in a newspaper with a subscriber base. After your court marriage, you'll have no trouble getting protection.

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Frequently Asked Questions Related To Same-Day Court Marriage

We provide same-day marriage & registration in the court in Ghaziabad, Mumbai & many different places.
At least 2-3 witnesses are required. It depends upon the state.
No
All inter-religion marriages are performed as per the Special Marriage Act, 1954.

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