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The Registration is done under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. A marriage certificate is a valid certificate that two people are married. The Hindu Marriage Act refers to Hindus, whereas the Special Marriage Act pertains to all citizens of India irrespective of their religion. Also, we will look into the documents required for the marriage certificate and lots more.


Court Marriage

Court Marriage is the expression that shows the legalization of marriage. In India, every marriage has to be authorized. To be more specific, Court Marriage means legal permission of marriage between two people relating to two separate religions, according to the Special Marriage Act 1954 So, Court marriage means obtaining married in court, making that marriage legal.

Marriage Registration

The Supreme Court of India, in 2006, executed it compulsory to register all marriages. In India, a marriage can be listed under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. The Hindu Marriage Act refers to Hindus, whereas the Special Marriage Act refers to all Indian citizens irrespective of their religion.

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Property Certificate involves the details such as land type, property type, date of allotment, plot area, date of execution of contract deed, property status, sub-type, property address, and additional details.

Change & Corrections

A name change/Corrections is a common thing. Many people change name, gender, and religion for several purposes. Some people change it for Goodluck, or some for weddings, etc.

Legal Disputes

Legal disputes include any dispute in which legal claims are made. Many legal disputes are nevermore disputed but impact the parties, such as sending cease and desist letters.


Divorce usually involves the canceling or reorganizing marriage's legal obligations and duties, therefore ending the bonds of marriage between a married couple under the rule of law of the particular country or state.

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