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About Court Marriage

A judicial/court marriage is a legal process to complete the marriage of two partners. This is done in court in accordance with various Indian laws. This allows partners to get married regardless of religion or caste. According to Article 21 of the Constitution of India, everyone has the right to marry a person of his choice. India has many laws regarding marriage and marriage registration in court. These laws include Special Marriage Law, Hindu Marriage Law, Anand Marriage Law, Christian Marriage and Divorce Law in India.

Marriage in court is fundamentally different from traditional marriage. In traditional weddings, all ceremonies and ceremonies are performed. However, all court marriages are conducted in court in the presence of registrants and witnesses.

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Eligibility Criteria For Your Court Marriage

Anyone who wishes to get married in court must meet the admission requirements for marriage in court. There are certain conditions that everyone must meet before getting married.


Age Criteria: According to Indian law, anyone wishing to marry in court must meet the minimum age of both male and female partners. Minimum age for both partners: 21 years for men and 18 years for women.

Mutual consent of partners: The consent of both partners is very important. Both partners want to get married. You have made this decision to continue your marriage without pressure or coercion.

Unforbidden Relationships: Certain marriages are not permitted by various religions or customs. Some relationships are prohibited by different Indian laws and different religions. Both partners must not be part of these relationships prior to marriage.

No positive relationship: Bigamy is not allowed in India. Both partners must not have a previously active relationship. In the case of the previous relationship, the court issued a divorce judgment or one of the spouses is no longer alive. A death certificate or divorce judgment is required.

Important Documents Required For Court Marriage

There are certain documents are needed for the court marriage of both partners & witnesses.

List of documents both the partners & witnesses required for court marriage:

Documents For Male & Female Partners -

  1. Identity Proof ( ID Proof ): PAN Card / Driving License / Passport ( Any one of them )
  2. Address Proof: Aadhar Card / Rent Agreement / Voter ID Card / Gas Bill / Electricity Bill ( Any one of them )
  3. Birth Proof: Class 10 Marksheet or, Birth-Certificate ( जन्म प्रमाण पत्र )
  4. Divorce Decree: In the case of a previous relationship, if the previous partners have taken divorce, they have to submit the divorce decree for marriage.
  5. Death Certificate: This is applicable only for the partners in a previous relationship such that one of the partners died. The living partner must have to submit the death certificate of the non-living spouse.
  6. Photos: 6-6 passport size photos of male & female partners

Documents For Witnesses -

  1. Identity Proof ( ID Proof ): PAN Card / Driving License / Passport ( Any one of them )
  2. Address Proof: Aadhar Card / Rent Agreement / Voter ID Card / Gas Bill / Electricity Bill ( Any one of them )
  3. Photos: 2-2 photos of all the witnesses

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