07 Nov, 2019
Court marriages in India are formalized under The Special Marriage Act, 1954. The process of conducting a court marriage remains the same all over India. Court marriage can be solemnized between two individuals irrespective of them belonging to the same or different religions, their caste, religion or race. The court marriages take place in a court in front of a marriage officer in accordance with the act and thereafter the parties can directly a... Read More
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