Eligibility Criteria & Documents Required for Court Marriage
- Documents Required for Boy & Girl:
Age Proof – School Certificate/ Passport/ Birth Certificate/ DL.
Res. Proof – Voter card, Aadhar card / Passport.
- Witness Required:
Two Witness with their Pan Card & ID proof each.
- In case of Divorce:
- In case of Widow/Widower:
Death Certificate of spouse is required.
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After the solemnization of marriage the marriage needs to be registered within a period of 60 days (compulsory marriage act.) The marriage is registered by registrar of marriage within a period of 1-3 days ( one day for NCR and 3 Days for Delhi).
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It was Maharashi Dayanand Saraswati who founded Arya Samaj system in 1875 in India. With a motto of ‘Make This World Noble’, the wedding under Arya Samaj system gives you the reflection of a body of texts of ancient India (Vedas).
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Marriage doesn't always give sweet memories and sometimes it is better for two people to get apart by way of divorce through the court. Divorce can be taken by two ways that is:
1. By Mutual Consent - Where both the parties are ready for Divorce
2. Contested Divorce - Where one party files case against other party which has to be fought in the court.