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Inter religious marriage procedure in Bangalore?

3 years 1 month ago - 3 years 1 month ago #914 by noormohamed
One of my friend is a Muslim boy, native of Mangalore. The girl he wish to marry is Hindu, native of Delhi. They are working in same company in Bangalore. He is working with this company in bangalore from past 5 years & she is working from past 3 years. His parents have approved his love & ok for marriage but her parents not accepting our marriage and they have to do simple court marriage against her parents wish. They want to do court marriage in Bangalore only. Friends Please let us know following details,
1] Procedure for Inter-religion marriage in Bangalore
2] Court marriage Procedure for Hindu and Muslim
3] Places in Bangalore where we can register our marriage
4] Expenses for court marriage
6] Time frame for complete the process
7] Any notice will be sent to parents
8] which Act will apply for my case
Please clarify my doubts.

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3 years 1 month ago #920 by batcha
Inter religious marriage has to be registered only under special marriage Act 1954 in Bangalore and Karnataka :-
Special marriage Act 1954 procedure for Foreigners in Bangalore, Karnataka :-
Also there is some possibility to complete the registration process in Bangalore in one day.

The Special Marriage Act of 1954 has provision for civil marriages.
Marriage between an Indian and a foreign national is done under this act. The procedure for civil marriage is the same as a marriage under the Special Marriage Act.

All over Karnataka the registration procedure will be like this.

Notice of intended marriage must be filed with a Marriage Registrar in India.

Notice must be published and objectors can send in their views within 30 days.

At the end of 30 days, the Marriage Registrar performs the marriage.

This is applicable only if at least one partner is permanently and the other partner is temporarily residing in India.

In case one of the partners is in a foreign country, then a different procedure is to be followed.

The partner residing in India must collect the ‘Marriage Notice’ from a Marriage Registration Office anywhere in India.

After filling the form on his/her part, the person must send it to the partner in the foreign country to fill the form.

The notice has to be received back in India after the bride and groom have filled their forms.

The notice is resubmitted at the Marriage Registration Office.

A certificate with the signature of the bride and groom, the registrar and the witnesses will be issued.

This certificate will be treated as a proof of the marriage while applying for visa to the foreign country.

In any case, it is required of the parties to wait for 30 days at least, from the date of initial application so that the Marriage Registrar can publish a newspaper ad to invite objections.

The following documents are required for both the partners:
1.Valid Passport

2.Original Birth Certificate mentioning parents' names

3.If the person concerned is widowed, the original death certificate of the deceased spouse

4.If divorced, copy of the final decree

5. Documentary evidence regarding stay in India of the parties for more than 30 days (Ration card or report from the concerned SHO)
6. Citizen of a foreign country may be required to submit a “No Objection Letter” from the Embassy or Consulate of his/her country, along with proof of termination of previous marriages (if applicable)
It will take minimum 30 days to complete registration process.

As per special Marriage Act 1954 there is no provision to send notice to parents and the notice has to to be affixed in registrar office premises for 30 days. But practically some marriage registrar will send notice to parents and they will insist to obtain NOC from Parents.

If you have all documents and if you can take care of all legal formalities than no need no spend more and the Government fee will be very less.

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3 years 1 month ago #926 by batcha
Special Marriage Procedure in Bangalore
Court marriage is solemnized under the Special Marriage Act. Court marriages many involve the holy union of two Indian citizens or one Indian citizen with a foreigner without regard to religion, caste or creed.

The procedure to be followed for a court marriage is as follows.
 Engage a lawyer who would move a joint application for marriage before the marriage officer.
 Along with this, individual affidavit specifying the age must be attested by notary public and submitted.
 The court will put up a notice of 30 days seeking if there’s any objection.
 If any objection is received, it must be investigated and resolved within 30 days.

 After this, the documents of issuance of notice of intended marriage must be submitted to the Marriage Officer along with three witnesses.
For solemnizing the marriage, here is the clear list of the process’ steps:
 The Marriage Registrar will receive the application/notice.
 The notice will be affixed of the notice board outside the office.
 A copy of the notice will be sent to the marriage officer of the other person’s jurisdiction and copies of the notice will be sent to the residential addresses of both the parties.
 After the time period for receiving objections expires, the date of court marriage can be fixed (if there are no objections made).
 On the decided date, both parties along with three witnesses are required to be present.

 And finally, the marriage will be solemnized on that date.
In cases where the marriage takes place in venues like temples, gurudwara, arya samaj mandir, etc., then you can follow these steps.
 Engage a lawyer to move a joint application for registration before the Marriage Registrar.
 The already solemnized marriage must be registered under a specific marriage act.
 Hindu Marriage Act is applicable if both husband and wife practice Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism or Sikhism.

 If one of them belongs to any of the above mentioned religions, then the marriage can be registered under Special Marriage Act.
Documents Required for solemnization of Court Marriage
 5 copies of passport size color photographs of both bride and the groom
 Date of birth proof of both parties (Photo copy of Matriculation Certificate or Birth Certificate only).
 Address proof (Voter Card / Passport / Aadhar Card/ Ration Car / Driving License / Bank Passbook / Lease Deed /Rent Deed) of the marrying persons.
 ID proof (Photo copy of D.L/Voter ID Card / Aadhar card / Passport / Pan Card/ etc).
 (If any party is a divorcee), certified copy of Decree of Divorce granted by the Court.
 (If any party is widow / widower), Death Certificate of the dead spouse.

 (If any party is a foreign citizen or holds a foreign Passport or is having foreign residential address)- Certificate of Present Marital Status of the party/ No Impediment Certificate / NOC from the concerned Embassy and Valid VISA.

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3 years 3 weeks ago - 3 years 3 weeks ago #996 by anamika
I heard that There is an option to marry in one day process. If any one is ready to covert they can get married in one day process in Karnataka.
It will take one day only.
No notice will be sent to parents.
THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976. will apply.
Can confirm it is true?

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3 years 2 weeks ago #1003 by marriage attorney
Still this question is not answerable because we have confused about compulsory marriage registration:-

We have following doubts in THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976

1. Whether the following Act is in force in Karnataka?.
THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976.

2. Section 3 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976. Reads as follows:-

“ 3. Every marriage to be registered.- Every marriage contracted in the State on or after the appointed day shall be registered in the manner provided in this Act. “
What is the meaning of this section 3 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976. The word “ Every marriage to be registered “ will include the Marriages solemnized in Karnataka between Muslim to Muslim , Christian to Christian , Hindu to Christian and Hindu to Muslims marriages registration also.

3. If all marriage registration including inter religious marriages is compulsory in Karnataka state , what is the procedure to register the inter religious marriage under Section 3 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976.

4. Within how many days marriage has to be registered under Section 3 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976. Reads as follows:-

5. What is the procedure for register the marriage under section 3 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976.

6. section 5 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976
“5. Memorandum of marriages.- (1) The parties to a marriage shall, prepare and sign a memorandum in the form specified in Schedule A and deliver or send by registered post the said memorandum in duplicate to the Registrar or the area in which the marriage was contracted, within a period of thirty days from the date of marriage. (2) The memorandum shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee in the form of court fee stamps and shall be attested by a prescribed person. (3) On receipt of the memorandum, the Registrar shall file the same, enter the particulars thereof in the register, send the duplicate copy thereof to the Registrar General and issue a marriage certificate in such form and manner as may be prescribed.”

7. As per section 5 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976 the presence of parties not mandatory for registration. It is correct or not? If correct what is the procedure to get original marriage certificate. As per section 5, On receipt of memorandum through registered post What are all the formalities has to be followed by sub registrar to issue marriage certificate.

8. Whether the husband or wife presence is mandatory for get marriage certificate under section 5 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976 or not.

9. There is any bar to get marriage certificate under section 5 of THE KARNATAKA MARRIAGES (REGISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT, 1976 .If yes under which provision husband or wife presence is mandatory.

Anybody can answer this questions?

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3 years 2 weeks ago - 3 years 2 weeks ago #1014 by ahamed
Find the news about authorised body to issue Muslim marriage certificate in Karnataka. So the marriage certificate issued by the Karnataka Wakfs is enough for Muslims to apply passport, visa etc.:-

The Karnataka State Board of Wakfs (KSBW) has been officially declared the authorised body for issuing marriage certificates to Muslims.

In its order of August 3, the State Government has authorised the board and the District Wakfs Advisory Committees to issue marriage certificates to Muslim applicants.

As per the order, the bride and the bridegroom should file a joint affidavit indicating the date and place of marriage, name of the vakil, names of the witnesses, parents and so on.

The applicants will have to submit a letter from the management of the mosque certifying that their marriage was performed in that mosque along with the copy of the nikahnama issued by them.

The Wakf Board should secure the original nikahnama issued by the muthawalli of the mosque and verify the original marriage register maintained by the mosque before issuing the certificate.

A marriage certificate cannot be issued where nikah was performed over telephone or the Internet. The board has to be given a joint photograph of the bride and the bridegroom.

Affixing that photograph on the marriage certificate was a must.

The Government issued the order following a request by the board to delegate it to the authority of issuing marriage certificate.

The board told the Government that all the marriages conducted within the jurisdiction of a particular mosque concerned should be recorded in the register maintained by that mosque. All mosques within the State were under the general supervision of the Board as per the Central Wakf Act 1995.

Until August 3, the board was issuing marriage certificates but there was no legal backing in the absence of governmental recognition, said B. Ibrahim Adoor, Chief Executive Officer of the board.

Mr. Ibrahim told The Hindu that the board would soon announce a new uniform format of application for issuing certificates across the State.

District Wakf Committees would follow the uniform format.

The August 3 order would ease the process of obtaining passport, visa and for several other purposes besides regulating the issuance of marriage certificates, said Mr. Adoor.

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