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3 years 3 weeks ago - 3 years 3 weeks ago #853 by jitendravarma
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How to obtain a marriage certificate in Karnataka

A Marriage Certificate is a significant document that offers proof of marriage. It is particularly necessary for married women for a number of purposes like applying for passport, applying for visa in another country, claiming bank deposits or insurance benefits in case of death of the spouse without a nomination, etc.

The state government of Karnataka is on the verge of making marriage registration compulsory in the state. In India, marriage registration is done according to the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Eligibility for application for Certificate of Marriage in Karnataka

Bridegroom must have completed 21 years of age
Bride must have completed 18 years of age
Documents needed for application of Certificate of Marriage in Karnataka

The following documents are needed in original and photocopy form to be submitted along with the application form for the marriage certificate.

Six (6) copies of joint photographs of bridegroom and bride in a blue or white background in 2B size.
Two photographs of the bride and groom in marriage dress taken while the marriage ceremony was in progress and which shows that they are taking part in the ceremony.
One copy of wedding card.
Identity proof of both the bride and the groom (Pan card or Voter ID card or Passport, etc)
Address proof of the husband (Passport, Driving License, House Rent Agreement, Telephone Bill, Ration Card)
Age proof of both bride and groom (10th Std. Mark sheet with birth date on it or Passport)
Affidavit in case of the name change of bride after the marriage.
Newspaper in which the name-change information was published.
Procedure to apply for Certificate of Marriage in Karnataka

Visit the sub registrar office nearest to your residence and get the prescribed application form for marriage certificate from the office.
Or download the form from online sources like www.karnataka.gov.in/karigr/download/hindu%20 marriage% 20 forms.pdf
Fill in the details carefully in the form. If the bride has a name change after the marriage, be sure to write the new name in the form, and not the old name
Get the form signed by three witnesses. Friends and relatives can act as witness
Submit the filled-in form and the required documents at the sub registrar office. They will verify the information and provide the applicant with six printouts of the information provided in the application form.
Both the bridegroom and the bride must put their signature on the printouts in the specified area
The printouts are then stamped and signed by the Registrar of Marriage
The sub registrar’s office hands over two copies of the marriage certificates to the bridegroom and the bride and retains the other copies for their official records.
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3 years 3 weeks ago #854 by jitendravarma
jitendravarma replied the topic: marriage registration by post
news about marriage registration by post in karnataka

Did you know that a marriage could be registered by post? Under Rule 4 of the Registration of Hindu Marriage Karnataka Rules, 1966 formed under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the marriage registration application (memorandum) to the Sub-Registrar (of the area where marriage is solemnised or where the bridegroom or bride reside) can be submitted by post.

The marriage certificate is then sent by the Sub-Registrar by post. “The documents to be sent are identity proof, address proof and five copies of photos of the couple along with the fee by demand draft. Lack of awareness about the rule has forced people to visit the Sub-Registrar’s office,” an official said, adding that he had not come across anyone registering using this method. The proposed online registration process can also be done similarly through post.

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3 years 3 weeks ago #855 by jitendravarma
jitendravarma replied the topic: Online marriage registration 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 3 weeks ago #856 by jitendravarma
jitendravarma replied the topic: Online marriage registration AP
SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT
The following are the essential conditions to be fulfilled for the registration of
the marriage under Special Marriage Act.
1. Neither party has a spouse Living
2. Neither party is an idiot or lunatic
3. Bridegroom has completed the age of 21 year and the Bride has completed
the age of 18 years
4. Both the Bridegroom and Bride are not within the prohibited relationship
PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGE
1. Persons belonging to different relations and faiths can have their marriage
Solemnized under this Act.
2. Marriages performed under other forms can also be registered under this
Act.
3. The persons intending to register their marriage have to give notice thereof
in writing in Triplicate in forms specified under second schedule under Section 5
to the marriage officer of the District in which at least one of the parties to the
marriage have reside for a period of not less than 30 days immediately preceding
the date on which notice is given.
4. After the receipt of the notice the marriage officer shall enter a true copy in
the marriage notice Book and shall cause the notice to be published in the notice
board of his office and also see that the notice is published in the office of the
marriage Registrrsa in whose District the parties are permanently residing.
5. Any person before the expiration of 30 days may make an objection that the
marriage contravenes the essential conditions noted above.
6. After the expiry of 30 days of notice the Sub-Registrar shall register the
marriage after the Bridegroom and Bride sign a declaration in form specified in
the Third Schedule in the presence of three witness and they should utter in the
language known i(a) take the (b) I take b) to be my lawful wife.
The parties may choose any other form like exchanging the Garlands ….etc apart
from the above
By this process the marriage is deemed to have been solemnized and the
marriage officer shall enter the particulars in the marriage certificate book and it
will be signed by the partiers to the marriage and Three Witnesses.
The procedure of Registration of Marriage performed in other forms
All the above procedure is same except that the utterance of i(a) take the (b) I
take b) to be my lawful wife.
The parties may choose any other form like exchanging the Garlands ….etc apart
from the above.
After the above procedure is over the parties will be issued an extract of the
marriage register.

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3 years 3 weeks ago #857 by jitendravarma
jitendravarma replied the topic: Online marriage registration AP
Marriage registrations can be done online soon. Offering a reprieve from procedural delays and making the process easy and convenient, the Stamps and Registration Department has decided to introduce the facility by May-end.

It would do away with the need of applicants visiting offices of sub-registrars to submit their respective application forms. Instead, those intending to get their matrimony registered and take the marriage certificate can visit the official website of the department and fill in all the details. “Mandatory details can be filed online and photographs can also be uploaded.

Trial runs

News about Online marriage registration AP

We will give the applicants a particular time slot when they can visit us at that time, sign the register and get the certificate,” said Commissioner and Inspector General of Registrations and Stamps K. Madhusudana Rao. But to avoid any kind of future misgivings, physical appearance by the bride and the groom before the sub-registrar concerned for receiving the certificate has been made mandatory.

“Save for a single visit to receive the marriage certificate, applicants need not come to us,” he said.

The necessary software to facilitate the online method has been readied and the same is being subjected to trial runs at the moment.

The facility could be available in the city in two months time. This also is expected to be ready in the next few months so that those setting up firms or establishing societies can get their registrations done online without having to make repeated trips to the sub-registrar offices.

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3 years 3 weeks ago #858 by jitendravarma
jitendravarma replied the topic: Online marriage registration AP
Online marriage registration AP-Hindu marriage
Hindu Marriage Registration Requirements and Precautions
Bride minimum age at the solemnisation of marriage – 18 years completed.
Bridegroom minimum age at the solemnisation of marriage - 21 years completed.
Form A in duplicate along with payment of prescribed fee.
Wedding invitation card.
A photograph of marriage ceremony capturing both wife and husband.
Residential proof of either of the spouse.
Copies of SSC Certificates of wife and husband or passport copies (for Date of Birth proof).
Three witnesses to sign in the form.
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 –
The Sub Registrar Office where the marriage venue is situated, or
The Sub Registrar Office in whose jurisdiction either wife or husband has been residing for atleast 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
A marriage may be solemnised between any two Hindus, if the following conditions are fulfilled, namely,-
neither party has a spouse living at the time of the marriage;
at the time of the marriage, neither party-
is incapable of giving a valid consent to it in consequence of unsoundness of mind; or
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
has been subject to recurrent attacks of insanity or epilepsy;
the bridegroom has completed the age of twenty one years and the bride, the age of eighteen years at the time of the marriage;
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;
the parties are not sapindas of each other, unless the custom or usage governing each of them permits of a marriage between the two.

It will take two months to complete registration.

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