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Court partnerships are set down in the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Court marriage may be between an Indian male and a female regardless of their race, ethnicity or creed. It can also be shared between an Indian and a foreigner. The process of the Court of Marriage excludes the customs and ceremonies of traditional marriages.The parties can apply directly to the Marriage Registrar for the delivery and registration of the marriage certificate and for the award of the marriage certificate.

What's Inclusive

(a) Introduction message. A 30-minute conference call to meet your representative and think about how you're going to work together.

b) The list of documents needed will be shared.

c) the filing of an application to the Court Relationship.

(d) the presentation of the Court and the solemnization of the marriage on the specified date.

What isn't included

(a) Trial fines and stamp tax, where appropriate, shall be due in turn.

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(a) Who will give notice of the marriage in question?

A note shall be given in writing to the parties to the union.

b) Who will be told to?

The notification shall be issued to the district marriage officer with which at least one party must have remained for 30 days immediately before the date on which the notification is issued. For eg, if the male and the female are in Delhi, they want to marry in Mumbai. At least one of them will fly to Mumbai 30 days before the wedding and stay there until the day of the marriage.

c) Who shall print the notice?

The District Marriage Officer to whom the letter has been submitted shall print the note.

d) Where is the note to be published?

At a popular position in the workplace and one duplicate in the workplace of the district where the other group currently lives.

e) To whom is there an opposition to marriage raised?

To the marriage officer of the district concerned.

(f) What are the implications if the objection(s) are accepted?

The marriage officer will, within 30 days from the date of the opposition, make an investigation and, if the opposition is proven to be valid, the marriage can not be formalized.

g) What is the solution if the objection(s) have been accepted?

An appeal can be filed by either side.

h) Against whom is the challenge lodged?

The circuit court, within the geographical boundaries of the jurisdiction of the marriage judge.

i) When will an appeal be lodged?

Any time within 30 days from the date of the refusal to marry.

j) Who wants to sign the declaration?

The parties and the witnesses (in the presence of the marriage officer). The marriage officer will also be countersigned.

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