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    Marriage is personal. To seek to know whether someone is married or not is trying to invade their privacy. Hence it falls under the exemption clause of the Act. Just because it is registered, it does not lose its private character.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kanaiyalalgor View Post
    Hi,
    Would like to check withe process of the Marriage registration.
    Are both parties required to be there while registereing. I am an advocate. I have all the documents with me & i can produce all documents to the registrar with signatures, afidavite & all relevant documents.
    Kanaiyalal
    Yes, both parties have to be present.

    Please visit:

    Department of Stamps and Registration
    Registration Of Marriage in India - laws related to marriage in India
    Seasons India :: Marriage Registration Requirements
    Frequently Asked Questions on Marriages

    Quote Originally Posted by taurus View Post
    Marriage is personal. To seek to know whether someone is married or not is trying to invade their privacy. Hence it falls under the exemption clause of the Act. Just because it is registered, it does not lose its private character.
    taurus,

    I think you are not married ! You will discover soon.
    (He He He He He LOL)
    In India, marriage is the MOST public event you can ever think of.
    Even MORE public than your death.
    Haven't you attended any marriage in India ?
    Even the Wedding Cards say "please be invited with family and friends" !

    Please go through the whole thread....

    - Marriage registration has become compulsory in India
    - For registration notice has to be given and the notice is publicly displayed on the notice board in the Registrar's office for 30 days.
    - Anything displayed in public is common public knowledge and in the public domain

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    Sir,
    Please tell me the documents required for court marriage and also tell me the procedure.
    plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjaney Shukla View Post
    Sir,
    Please tell me the documents required for court marriage and also tell me the procedure.
    plz
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