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3 years 7 months ago #822

news about register marriage

While women spend a lot of time and energy planning the perfect wedding, they ignore an important detail that is aimed at their own protection. They forget about the paperwork formalising the union— the marriage certificate. An essential document establishing the marital status of a couple, it was made mandatory by the Supreme Court, in 2006, for every couple, irrespective of religion.

The idea behind the compulsory registration of marriage is to ensure that women are not left high and dry if they are deserted by their husbands. The certificate means the man cannot deny being married and avoiding alimony and maintenance. The procedure for registration is simple. Depending on your religion, you can either register under the Hindu Marriage Act or the Special Marriage Act, which differ in some respects. One, the Hindu Marriage Act sets a minimum age limit of 21 years for the groom and 18 years for the bride, while the latter places a minimum age limit of 21 years for both the partners. Two, the Hindu Marriage Act only allows you to register your marriage, not solemnise it. On the other hand, the Special Marriage Act serves both purposes. Let's consider the steps you need to take under the two Acts.

To register under this Act, both the partners need to be Hindus. The first step is to apply to the sub-registrar under whose jurisdiction the marriage took place. Alternatively, you can apply to the registrar of the place where either spouse stayed for at least six months before marriage. Both partners need to fill the relevant application form, sign it, and submit it, along with photocopies of the necessary documents , such as age proof and address proof (see box). For proof of marriage, submit a certificate from the priest who solemnised the marriage. Keep in mind that both parties will need to disclose their previous marital status, if any. All the documents should be attested by a gazetted officer. Lastly, you will have to deposit a fee with the cashier and attach the receipt with the form.

Once the application has been submitted and the documents verified , the concerned officer will assign a date for registration, when the marriage certificate will be issued . The people who have converted to Hinduism also come under the purview of the Act, but will have to provide a certificate of conversion from the priest who solemnised the marriage, along with relevant documents.

Special Marriage Act

This Act covers both marriage solemnising and registration, and requires the same documents as prescribed under the Hindu Marriage Act. However, the procedure is complex. To begin with, both the parties have to give a 30-day notice to the sub-registrar in whose jurisdiction at least one spouse has resided . If you are marrying under this Act, you won't need to submit a wedding card and the priest's certificate, and the registration will take place after the wedding. If you are married, include the wedding card, if possible. The fee is again 100-200 .

One copy of the notice is put up on the sub-registrar's office board, and another is sent by registered post to both the partners. If either spouse is residing in another subregistrar's area, a copy has to be sent to him for similar publication. If there is no objection, say, from divorced spouses, the marriage is registered one month from the date of publication of the notice. In case of objection, the marriage officer conducts an enquiry and the marriage is registered after the enquiry concludes.

Document checklist

Application form signed by husband and wife. Evidence of date of birth. Proof of residence. Affidavit by both the parties, stating place and date of marriage, date of birth, marital status at the time of marriage , and nationalities. Passport-sized photographs of both and one marriage photograph. Marriage invitation card, if available. Certificate from the priest who solemnised the marriage. Certificate of conversion if either party is a convert, from the priest who solemnised the marriage. Affirmation that the parties are not related to each other within the prohibited degree of relationship. Attested copy of the divorce decree, if applicable, and death certificate of spouse if a partner is a widow or a widower.

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3 years 7 months ago #866

If possible you can register your marriage in Andhra . Find the register marriage procedure for Hindus in Ap

HINDU MARRIAGE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AND PRECAUTIONS
o Bride minimum age at the solemnisation of marriage – 18 years completed.
o Bridegroom minimum age at the solemnisation of marriage - 21 years
completed.
o Form A in duplicate along with payment of prescribed fee.
o Wedding invitation card.
o A photograph of marriage ceremony capturing both wife and husband.
o Residential proof of either of the spouse.
o Copies of SSC Certificates of wife and husband or passport copies (for Date
of Birth proof).
o Three witnesses to sign in the form.
o Three witnesses to sign in the register of Registrar office.
Check thrice the details filled in the Form A. Names of the bride and groom shall
always be tallied with the names given in the passport/SSC and other certificates.
Otherwise, at the time of issuance of visa and other certificates, you may have to face
problem.
It is advisable to mention the name of the wife (bride) before and after marriage at
Sl.No. 1 of the Form A. Before marriage, the surname usually belongs to father’s
family. And after marriage, the surname of the husband’s family is adopted. So it is
advisable, to mention two names as
name (before marriage), and name (after marriage).
Eg. Wife (bride) name before marriage – Akaram Kumari;
Wife (bride) name after marriage – Vennem Kumari (Vennem is the surname of
husband's family).
Check the certificate issued by the Sub Registrar office and if there are any
discrepancies in the names or any other details, immediately bring them to the notice
of the Sub Registrar and get them rectified.
In case of any discrepancy in the details found subsequently in the marriage certificate
issued by the Sub Registrar, there is a cumbersome procedure involved to get rectify
such discrepancies.
The Marriage can be registered either –
o At the Sub Registrar Office where the marriage venue is situated,
or
o At the Sub Registrar Office in whose jurisdiction either wife or husband has
been residing for at least six months immediately preceding the date of
marriage.
Registrar may attend the marriage ceremony in person and register the same if he is
requested to do so by submitting all the papers, prescribed fee in advance, if it (time)
is convenient to him.
It is advised to take all the precautions and thorough check of the documents during
marriage registration itself.
Rule relating to marriage registration under Hindu Marriage Act is extracted
hereunder:
5. (1) An application for the registration of a Hindu Marriage, shall be in
Form 'A' and shall be signed by each party to the marriage or by the guardian
of such party and shall be presented in person before the Registrar in whose
jurisdiction the marriage is solemnized or before the Registrar in whose
jurisdiction either party to the marriage has been residing for at least six
months immediately preceding the date of marriage.
For better understanding of the statutory position, the relevant portion of Hindu
Marriage Act, 1955 is given below:
Section 5. Conditions for a Hindu marriage
o A marriage may be solemnised between any two Hindus, if the following
conditions are fulfilled, namely,-
o neither party has a spouse living at the time of the marriage;
o at the time of the marriage, neither party- is incapable of giving a valid
consent to it in consequence of unsoundness of mind; or
o though capable of giving a valid consent, has been suffering from mental
disorder of such a kind or to such an extent as to be unfit for marriage and the
procreation of children; or
o has been subject to recurrent attacks of insanity or epilepsy;
o the bridegroom has completed the age of twenty one years and the bride, the
age of eighteen years at the time of the marriage;
o the parties are not within the degrees of prohibited relationship, unless the
custom or usage governing each of them permits of a marriage between the
two;
o the parties are not sapindas of each other, unless the custom or usage
governing each of them permits of a marriage between the two.

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3 years 7 months ago #867

Sub registrar office phone number and address


Name of the office/ Phone No.
Unit
Designation
Under the Act
Designation STD
code
Office Home
Fax Email Address
Office of the
Inspector General of
Registration, Chennai
28
P.I.O.
Assistant
Inspector
General of
Registration
(Vigilance)
044
24642932
24642774 100 Santhome High Road, Chennai 28
O/o the Inspector
General of
Registration
APIO
Personal
Assistant to
Inspector
General of
Registration,
(Chits).
District
Registrar
Inspection)
District
Registrar
(Guideline)
044
24640160
[email protected]
.net
[email protected]
ginet.net
[email protected]
ginet.net
100 santhome High
Road, Chennai 28
O/o the Inspector
General of
Registration
Appellate
Authority
Additional
Inspector
General of
Registration
(Stamps &
Regn)
044
24643878
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[email protected]
net
100 Santhome High
Road, Chennai 28
FORMAT –I
Department : Registration
Zone: Chennai
Name of the office/ Phone No.
Unit
Designation
Under the Act
Designation STD
code
Office Home
Fax Email Address
P.I.O AIG 044 25226547 25226547 digr
[email protected]
net
27 Rajaji Salai,
Chennai-1
DeputyInspector
General of
Registration Office
Appellate
Authority
DIGR 044 25226547 25226547 digr
[email protected]
net
27 Rajaji Salai,
Chennai-1
P.I.O Joint Sub
Registrar 1 (In
the cadre of
D.R.)
044 25266215 No.1 Moorthikallane
1st line Beach,
Chennai-1
District Registrar
Office
Chennai(North)
Appellate
Authority
District
Registrar (In
the Cadre of
AIG)
044 25266215 dro
[email protected]
ginet.net
No.1 Moorthikallane
1st line Beach,
Chennai-1
P.I.O Superintendent 044 25266215 No.1 Moorthikallane
1st line Beach,
Chennai-1
O.R.B
Appellate
Authority
Joint Sub
Registrar 1 (In
the Cadre of
D.R.)
044 25266215 No.1 Moorthikallane
1st line Beach,
Chennai-1
Ambattur
P.I.O Senior
Assistant
044 26258677 [email protected]
net.net
13 Station Road
Vardarajapuram
Chennai-53
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 26258677 [email protected]
net.net
13 Station Road
Vardarajapuram
Chennai-53
Arani P.I.O Assistant 044 27927859 [email protected] net 77 Panjalar Veedhi. Arani
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 27927859 [email protected]
net
77 Panjalar Veedhi.
Arani
Royapuram P.I.O Assistant 044 25228108 [email protected] ginet.net 27 Rajaji Salai, Chennai-1
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar
(In the Cadre of
D.R.)
044 25228108 [email protected]
ginet.net
27 Rajaji Salai,
Chennai-1
Gummidipoondi
P.I.O Assistant 044 27928475 srogummidipoondi
@tnreginet.net
150 G.N.T.Road,
Gummidipoondi,
Thiruvallur Dt. 601
201
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 27928475 srogummidipoondi
@tnreginet.net
150 G.N.T.Road,
Gummidipoondi,
Thiruvallur Dt. 601
201
Konnur P.I.O Assistant 044 26173020 [email protected] et.net 5/5 Sidco Nagar Konnur Ch-49
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 26173020 [email protected]
et.net
5/5 Sidco Nagar
Konnur Ch-49
Sembiam P.I.O Assistant 044 26702002 [email protected] inet.net 5 Papermills road Sembiam Ch-11
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 26702002 [email protected]
inet.net
5 Papermills road
Sembiam Ch-11
Sowcarpet
P.I.O Assistant 044 25228102 [email protected]
ginet.net
11 Davidson Road,
Sowcarpet, Chennai-
79
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar
(In the Cadre of
D.R.)
044 25228102 [email protected]
ginet.net
11 Davidson Road,
Sowcarpet, Chennai-
79
Thiruvottiyur
P.I.O Assistant 044 25992232 [email protected]
reginet.net
21/8 Market Street
Kaladipettai,
Thirvottiyur Ch-19
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 25992232 [email protected]
reginet.net
21/8 Market Street,
Kaladipettai,
Thirvottiyur Ch-19
Ponneri
P.I.O Assistant 044 27974517 [email protected]
et.net
No.9 Taluk Office
Road complex .
Ponneri
Ch 601204
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 27974517 [email protected]
et.net
No.9 Taluk Office
Road complex .
Ponneri Ch 601204
Redhills
P.I.O Assistant 044 26310362 [email protected]
et.net
4 Byepass Road
Kamarajar Nagar,
Redhills Ch-52
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 26310362 [email protected]
et.net
4 Byepass Road
Kamarajar Nagar,
Redhills Ch-52
CHENNAI (SOUTH)
P.I.O. Jt.1
Sub Registrar
-- drochennaisouth
@tnreginet.net
District Registrar
Office
Chennai(South) Appellate
Authority
District Registrar 044 24323170 -- [email protected]
nreginet.net
No.9, Jeenis
Road, 2nd floor,
Saidapet,
Chennai-15
JOINT-II P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 24363330 --
[email protected]
nreginet.net
No.9, Jeenis
Road, Ground
floor, Saidapet,
Chennai-15
ADYAR P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 24415011 --
[email protected]
net.net
No.51, Kamarajar
Avenue, Adyar,
Chennai-20
P.I.O
ALANDUR Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar
044 22240222
--
[email protected]
inet.net
No.12, 1st Main
Raod,
Nanganallur Cooperative
Society
Building,
Nanganallur,
Chennai-61
AVADI PIO Senior Assistant --
Appellate
authority
Sub Registrar 044 26558484 --
[email protected]
et.net
No.246, New
Military Road,
(1st Floor) Avadi,
Chennai-54
KUNRATHUR P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 24780514 --
[email protected]
eginet.net
No.59, Road
Street, Kunrathur,
Chennai-69
GUDUVAN P.I.O Senior Assistant --
CHERY
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar
044 27462940
--
[email protected]
tnreginet.net
No.22/1,
G.S.T.Road,
Nandivaram,
Guduvanchery
TAMBARAM P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 22263267 --
[email protected]
inet.net
No.117, Mudichur
Road, West
Tambaram,
Chennai-45
T.NAGAR P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar
044 24340958
--
[email protected]
.net
No.9, Jeenis Road,
1st floor, Saidapet,
Chennai-15
P.I.O Senior Assistant --
NEELANKARAI Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 24490134 --
[email protected]
eginet.net
No.2/92,
E.C.R.Road,
Neelankarai,
Chennai-41
PADAPPAI P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 22480069 --
[email protected]
net.net
No.2/606, Illagi
Nagar, Padappai
Main Road,
Padappai 601 301
PAMMAL P.I.O Senior Assistant --
Appellate
Authority
Sub Registrar 044 27174390 --
[email protected]
et.net
No.29, Pammal
Main Road, Krishna
Nagar, Pammal,
Chennai-75
CHENNAI (CENTRAL)
Name of the Phone No.
Office/Unit
Designation
Under the Act Name & Designation STD Code Office Home Fax Email Address
1.Appellate
Authority A.I.G. 044 24363607 - drochennaicentral @tnreginet.net District Registrar Office, Chennai
Central 2.P.I.O. Sub Registrar Joint-I -
100/72, Chamiers
Road, Nandanam,
Chennai-18
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 24363607 - Sub Registrar
Office Joint-I 2.P.I.O. Assistant -
srochennaicentrajt1
@tnreginet.net
100/72, Chamiers
Road, Nandanam,
Chennai-18
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 24364947 - Joint-II
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
srochennaicjt2
@tnreginet.net
100/72, Chamiers
Road, Nandanam,
Chennai-18
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 28514761 - Triplicane
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
srotriplicane
@tnreginet.net
No.182,Bharathi
salai, Triplicane,
ChennaiPALLAVARAM
P.I.O Senior Assistant -- Appellate Authority Sub Registrar 044 22413425 -- [email protected] ginet.net 7th Main Road, New Colony, Chrompet, Chennai-44 POONNMALLE P.I.O Senior Assistant -- Appellate Authority Sub Registrar 044 26494966 -- [email protected] reginet.net Court Campus Poonnamallee Trunk Road,Poonnamallee , Chennai-56 P.I.O VIRUGAM- Senior Assistant -- BAKKAM Appellate Authority Sub Registrar 044 23771794 -- srovirugambakkam @tnreginet.net 124, 1st Floor, Arcot Road, Virugambakkam, Chennai-92 VELACHERY P.I.O Senior Assistant -- Appellate Authority Sub Registrar 044 22553736 -- [email protected] net.net No.36, Oorandi amman Koil Street, Velachery, Chennai-42
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 24640344 - Mylapore
2.P.I.O. Assistant
-
Sromylapore
@tnreginet.net
120, Santhome High
Road, Mylapore,
Chennai-28
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 25612486 - Periamet
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
Sroperiamet
@tnreginet.net
No.1103,
Poonathamallee
High Road,
Chennai-3
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 24843265 - Kodambakkam
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
srokodambakkam
@tnreginet.net
No.Akbarabath Ist
Street, Chennai-24
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 26150472 - Villivakkam
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
srovillivakkam
@tnreginet.net
W.685, IInd street,
Annanagar westrn
Extn., Chennai-101
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar
044
26693554 - sropurasawalkam @tnreginet.net Door No.62, Perambur Barracks Road, Chennai-72 Purasaiwalkam
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 Anna Nagar 26200415 -
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
sroannanagar
@tnreginet.net
TNSCB, IInd flor,
J.J.Complex,
Thirumangalam,
Chennai-40
1.Appellate
Authority Sub Registrar 044 Ashok Nagar 24713475 -
2.P.I.O. Assistant -
Sroashoknagar
@tnreginet.net
No.1,Chidambaram
Salai,
JafferKhanpet,
AshokNagar,
Chennai-83

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3 years 7 months ago #868

Actual Hindu Marriage Registration procedure in Tamilnadu

Marriage Registration
i) Registration of Hindu Marriages Solemnized and granting of extract of marriages registered.

· Marriages solemnized under Hindu customs/ non-customary

· Bridegroom/Bride should have completed 21/18 years respectively

· Both of them should be Hindus, Buddhist or Sikhs

· Proof of marriage

· Anyone of the following place should fall within the jurisdiction of the Registering officer:

o Residence of bride.

o Residence of bridegroom.

o Solemnization place.

Proof for all these shall be given

1 . MARRIAGE

Wedding Invitation (or)

Temple Marriage Receipts (or)

Any proof of marriage solemnization

2. RESIDENCE

Employee ID Card (or)

Ration Card (or)

Driving License (or)

Passport or Visa

3. AGE

Birth Certificate (or)

School/College Certificate (or)

Passport / Visa

In addition to the above memorandum in duplicate with 4 passport size photograph for bride and 4 passport size photograph for bridegroom should be submitted.

Fee


i ) For the registeration of a Marriage which will be exclusive of any other fees levied by devasthanam for marriages in temples
Rs.100.00
ii) For a certified copy of an entry in Hindu Marriage Register : Rs. 10.00
iii) For making a search
a) if the entry is of the current Rs. 10.00
b) if the entry relates to any previous year or years
(for each such year) Rs. 10.00
iv) For Registering a marriage at any place outside the office of the Marriage Registrar to be appropriated by the Marriage Registrar in addition to the fee in entry (i) above

Rs. 50.00
v) Application fees for registering a marriage at any place outside the office of the marriage Registrar
Rs.200.00
Provided that no search fee shall be levied for grant of a certified copy of an entry in the Hindu Marriage Register on application at the time of registration of Marriage.
Provided further that an application fee of Rupees live in the shape of court fee labels affixed to the application shall be levied for each of application presented for grant of such certified copy.



ii) Registration of Marriage under Tamilnadu Registration of marriage act.

· Marriages solemnized under any personal law can be registered.

· Bridegroom/Bride should have completed 21/18 years respectively

· It can be registered within 90 days without fine and within 90-150 days with fine.After that it can't be registered.

· Proof of marriage

· The following place should fall within the jurisdiction of the Registering officer:

o Solemnization place.

Proof for all these shall be given

1 . MARRIAGE

Wedding Invitation (or)

Temple/Church Marriage Receipts (or)

Any proof of marriage solemnization

2. RESIDENCE

Voter ID Card (or)

Ration Card (or)

Driving License (or)

Passport or Visa

3. AGE

Birth Certificate (or)

School/College Certificate (or)

Passport / Visa

4. Witnesses

Id card for minimum two witness to be produced

In addition to the above memorandum in duplicate with 4 passport size photograph for bride and 4 passport size photograph for bridegroom should be submitted.


iii) Registration of Special Marriages and granting of certificates.

Marriages solemnized before the Registering officer or in any other form.
Bridegroom/Bride should have completed 21/18 years respectively.
Anyone of the following place should fall within the jurisdiction of the Registering officer:
· Residence of bride.

· Residence of bridegroom.

Proof for all these shall be given.
Notice of intended marriages.
If no objection for the marriage is received within 30 days from the notice, marriage will be registered.
iv) Granting of extracts of marriages registered under Indian Christian Marriages Act.

Extracts of Indian Christian Marriages Registered under the Indian Christian Act, by the licensee under the act or by Priests are received and the extracts are given in the O/o the Inspector General of Registration,100,Santhome High Road,Chennai 28.

DOWRY PROHIBITION

Under the Dowry Prohibition Act, demanding or accepting dowry, directly or indirectly is an offence punishable.
Fine of Rs.5000/- or imprisonment upto 6 months or both.
District Registrars are also authorised to sanction prosecution.
Registrants may lodge complaints with the District Registrar.

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3 years 7 months ago #869

News about hassle-free: apply online for appointment for marriage registration

Registering land documents and marriages has become hassle-free: apply online for appointment and head to the office at specified time.

The Registration Department website ( www.tnreginet.net ) provides the link to online appointment. Booking of appointment can be done one month in advance. Visitors will have to indicate any one of the time slots given (10 a.m. to 11 a.m., noon to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.). Six tokens will be issued for each of the time slots. On completion of the online registration process, a reference number will be provided to the applicant. The applicant has to go the sub-registrar office on the day mentioned and also carry a print out of appointment.

Through this arrangement, 18 tokens will be issued for each sub-registrar office (SRO) for a given day. There are 575 SROs throughout the State. The facility will not be immediately available in 12 offices located in Salem district in view of the model code of conduct for the Yercaud by-election, according to a senior official of the Registration Department. Steps will be taken to ensure that even those who go to SROs without online booking are accommodated, an official release says.

The formal inauguration of the facility was carried out by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa at Secretariat on Thursday.

The Chief Minister also commissioned the installation of internet protocol cameras in all SROs. Each SRO would have two cameras. This had been done to improve transparency in the functioning of SROs.

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3 years 7 months ago #870

news about compulsory registration of marriages in Tamil Nadu
The Tamil Nadu government has made registration of marriages compulsory, warning of action if it was not done within the stipulated period or if false information was provided.

The Registration Department, by a Government Order dated November 24, has made compulsory the registration of marriages of persons belonging to various religions in the State under the Tamil Nadu Marriages Registration Rules 2009.

The event, even if registered under different Acts governing the Hindu, Christian and Muslim marriages, “are required to be compulsorily registered,” an official press release said.

The persons concerned should send a memorandum along with duly filled forms, witnesses’ signature besides that of the priest who solemnised the marriage and proof of age and identity to Registrar of Marriage within 90 days, the release said adding false information or non-registration of marriages will attract punishment.

“All marriages, irrespective of religion or caste, if not registered within the prescribed time or any person who makes any statement which is false in material or particulars or contravenes any provisions of this Act, on conviction, will be punished,” it said.

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