• Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872- Bare Act

  • Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872

    PRELIMINARY

    Part I - The Persons By Whom Marriages May Be Solemnized

    • Section-4 :Marriages to be solemnized according to Act
    • Section-5:Persons by whom marriages may be solemnized
    • Section-6: Grant and revocation of licenses to solemnize marriages
    • Section-7: Marriage Registrars
    • Section-9: Licensing of persons to grant certificates of marriage between Indian Christians

    PART II - TIME AND PLACE AT WHICH MARRIAGES MAY BE SOLEMNIZED

    PART III - MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED BY MINISTERS OF RELIGION

     LICENSED UNDER THIS ACT

    PART IV - REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED BY MINISTER OR RELIGION

    • Section-27: Marriages when to be registered
    • Section-28: Registration of marriages solemnized by Clergymen of Church of England
    • Section-32: Certain marriages to be registered in duplicate
    • Section-35: Copies of certificates to be entered and numbered

    PART V - MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED BY, OR IN THE PRESENCE OF, A MARRIAGE REGISTRAR

    • Section-38: Notice of intended marriage before Marriage Registrar
    • Section-39: Publication of notice
    • Section-40: Notice to be filed and copy entered in Marriage Notice Book
    • Section-42: Oath before issue of certificate
    • Section-42: Petition to High Court to order certificate in less than fourteen days
    • Section-46: Petition when Marriage Registrar refuses certificate
    • Section-50: Form of certificate
    • Section-51: Solemnization of marriage after issue of certificate
    • Section-59: Registration of marriages between Indian Christians

    PART VI - MARRIAGE OF INDIAN CHRISTIANS

    • Section-60: On what conditions marriages of Indian Christians may be certified
    • Section-61: Grant of certificate
    • Section-64: Books in which marriages of Indian Christians under Part I or Part III are registered

    PART VII - PENALTIES

    • Section-66: False oath, declaration, notice or certificate for procuring marriage
    • Section-68: Solemnizing marriage without due authority
    • Section-69: Solemnizing marriage out of proper time, or without witnesses
    • Section-70: Solemnizing without notice or within fourteen days after notice, marriage with minor
    • Section-71: Issuing certificate, or marrying, without publication of notice
    • Section-75: Destroying or falsifying register-books
    • Section-76: Limitation of prosecutions under Act

    PART VIII - MISCELLANEOUS

    • Section-77: What matters need not be proved in respect of marriage in accordance with Act
    • Section-78: Corrections of errors
    • Section-87: Saving of Consular marriages
    • Section-88: Non-validation of marriages within prohibited degrees

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