The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 considers a marriage sacrament, a pious relationship for the procreation and continuation of family lineage. All marriages between two Hindus, Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs, or any conversions to Hinduism are covered under the Act. Under the Act, both the parties to the marriage can get their marriage registered, by making an application to the Marriage Registrar for the issuance of a marriage certificate. All Hindus marriages performed according to customs, rituals, and according to the Hindu rites can be lawfully registered under the act.
A Hindu marriage under the act can be performed between two Hindus if the following points are complied with:
Unless all these conditions are not complied with, any marriage performed would be rendered invalid.
The following steps have to be complied with in order to register a marriage under the act:
The Marriage Register is open at all working hours for obtaining all the necessary records or information at all working hours and the information contained in the Register can be used as proof for future references.Copyright 2022 – Helpline Law
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