Concealment of Former Marriage

If a person conceals the facts of former marriage from the person with whom the subsequent marriage is contracted, then he shall be punishable with imprisonment, which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine.
 
MARRIAGE CEREMONY FRAUDULENTLY GONE THROUGH WITHOUT LAWFUL MARRIAGE
 
There are two essential requirements:
  1. Dishonest or fraudulent intention of going through the marriage
  2. Knowledge on the part of the person going through the ceremony that he is not lawfully married.
PUNISHMENT
Fraudulent or Mock marriages are made punishable. Any person committing it shall be punishable with imprisonment, which may extend to seven years, and is also liable to fine also.

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