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Court Marriage In Sultanpur

Court Marriage In Sultanpur is a very popular alternative for couples who want to keep their marriage affair simple and economical or with inter-religion/inter-caste background. It also acts as a sanctuary for couples going against the wishes of their family members. Unlike traditional marriage where numerous rituals and customs are followed, Court marriage is fairly a simple procedure, performed before a marriage registrar and few witnesses.
The Special Marriage Act, 1954 has laid down the concept of Court Marriage. It provides for marriage between couples belonging to different religion, caste or creed or nationality, by way of civil ceremony. It also solemnizes and registers a marriage, at the same time.

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These conditions are as follows: –

  • No party should have a subsisting valid marriage with any other person.
  • The age of the bride should be 18 years and the groom should be 21 years.
  • They should be of sound mind and able to give their valid consent for marriage.
  • They should not be unfit for marriage or procreation of children.
  • Both the parties should not, by any means, fall in the degrees of prohibited relationship as provided in Schedule I of the Act unless it is held valid in the customs or traditions of the religion of any of the two parties.
  • What are the documents required for ‘Registration of Marriage?
    • Signed Application form for registration by both the parties
    • Passport sized photos of both & 1 marriage photograph
    • Proof of Date of Birth by the married parties
    • Proof of Residence as per the specified list of acceptable documents
    • Proof of Marriage – Certificate from priest who solemnized the marriage
    • Proof of conversion, if any of the two parties is a convert (certificate from priest)
    • Affidavit by both the parties declaring the truthfulness about their aforementioned particulars
    • Affirmation that both parties are not related to each other within the specified prohibited relationships
    • Copy of divorce decree/
    •  Death certificate of deceased former spouse, as applicable.


1.The parties have to file a Notice of Intended Marriage in the specified form to the Marriage Registrar of the district in which at least one of the parties to the marriage has resided for a period of not less than 30 days immediately preceding the date on which such notice is given.

2.The notice is then published/put-up by the Registrar of Marriage inviting objections, if any.

3.After the expiration of 30 days from the date on which notice of intended marriage has been published, the marriage may be solemnized unless it has been objected by any person.

4.The marriage may be solemnized at the specified Marriage Office.

5.Both parties along with three witnesses are required to be present on the date of registration/Solemnization.

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