The court marriage is a formal union of a man and a woman, typically solemnized by the legal procedure in a law Court, by which they become husband and wife. It is a common procedure, which has to be followed by everyone.

A marriage which has already been solemnized can be registered either under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Registration of marriages will soon become mandatory in Delhi. Couples who fail to do so within 60 days of tying the knot will have to pay a penalty of Rs 10,000.

The Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 is applicable to Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists. A religious marriage which has already been solemnized can be registered under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. The Hindu Marriage Act provides for the conditions of a marriage where under the bridegroom should be the age of 21 years and bride of 18 years.

Marriage (nikah) is a solemn and sacred social contract between bride and groom. This contract is a strong covenant (mithaqun Ghalithun) as expressed in Quran 4:21. The marriage contract in Islam is not a sacrament. It is revocable.

An Act to make provision relating to marriages of citizens of India outside India. BE it enacted by Parliament in the Twentieth Year of the Republic of India as follows

The wedding is conducted according to Arya Marriage Validation Act XIX of 1937 and is solemnized according to Vedic rites. In these weddings, the pooja is not performed to any specific deity because the Samaj doesn’t believe in idol worship. Simplicity is the hallmark of Arya Samaj weddings.

With changing times, matrimonial disputes are on rising. The disintegration of joint families, erosion of social values, loosening of moral fabric, financial independence of modern women have all led to innumerable matrimonial disputes arising in Indian families.

Every Coin has two sides and in the same way, marriage is one side and divorce is the opposite side of Coin. Divorce means separation of husband and wife from a legally solemnized marriage in a legally and customarily prescribed way by which both acquires a right to remarry again legally.

The American legal system is comprised of two very different types of cases, civil and criminal. Crimes are generally offenses against the state and are accordingly prosecuted by the state. Civil cases, on the other hand, are typically disputes between individuals regarding the legal duties and responsibilities they owe one another.