A typical Court Marriage in Jhunjhunu happens when there is a marriage proposal between two individuals. The marriage proposal is done through an official document that is referred to as an application. This application is then presented before the concerned authority that is either a District Judge or a Magisterial Court. In some cases, the proposal is made through family or friends. This Court Wedding in Jhunjhunu normally lasts for around an hour. During the Court Marriage in Jhunjhunu, both the husband and the wife are brought into the court. The judge then deals with them both and asks them to declare their marriage. Once the requisite statements have been made by the bride and the groom, they will be pronounced guilty and hence their marriage will come to an end. If the bride and the groom accept the offer of matrimony, they should immediately submit their marriage papers to the concerned authorities. Thereafter, they have to produce a certificate of marriage from the registrar. This certificate has to be produced to the court so that the next steps can be taken. The certificate states that the bride has indeed given her consent for the marriage. The groom then has to undergo a simple legal test and can subsequently apply for a license. A marriage in Jhunjhunu normally lasts for a month. However, this is dependent upon the rules and regulations of the Court. After the marriage ceremony, a new pair of hands is chosen as the new couple. The bride and the groom then go back to their respective homes. This is how the marriage ends. The bride then becomes the legal wife of the groom. While a traditional wedding in Jhunjhunu has certain aspects, modern weddings have various embellishments and facilities. As such, the Court usually makes certain arrangements for the wedding of the couple. They organise the venue and other important factors. They also arrange for the necessary marriage related activities like flowers, food and attire. They are also involved in the wedding reception.Court Marriage is a common procedure, which has to be followed by everyone. If a marriage is not registered it is not considered valid during legal procedures such as, applying for a joint home loan. You could also be fined for not registering your marriage. It is a rule that all the marriages have to be registered whether you are having a wedding ceremony or not.
A marriage certificate is an important proof, in case there are some problems between you and your spouse in the future and a legal action needs to be taken.
Advantages of Court Marriage Certificate:-
• Certificate of Marriage is a document, which provides valuable evidence of marriage;
• Certificate of Marriage is a document providing social security, self-confidence particularly among married Women.
• Court Marriage Certificate is useful in getting the visa for the wife/husband.
• It will be helpful in claiming the Bank deposits or Life Insurance benefits when the depositee or the Insurer dies without a nomination or otherwise.
Documents required for the Performance & Registration of Court Marriage
1. Passport Size Photographs – four each of Marrying Persons.
2. Residential Proof (Voter Card / Passport / Ration Car / Driving License / Bank Passbook / Lease Deed / Rent Deed) of Marrying Persons.
3. Date of Birth Proof (Municipal Corporation Certificate, X th or XII th Examination Certificate, Passport, PAN Card) of Marrying Persons.
4. If any party is divorcee Certified copy of Decree of Divorce granted by the Court.
5. If any party is widow / widower Death Certificate of the dead spouse.
6. If any party is a Foreign Citizen or holding a foreign Passport or is having foreign residential address – Certificate of Present Marital Status of the party / No Impediment Certificate / NOC from concerned Embassy and Valid VISA.
7. Two Witnesses (Both should be major)