Marriage Certificate in Karnataka | Marriage Certificate Registration in Karnataka: Marriage Certificate is issued by the Marriage Registrar under the State Government in Karnataka. You can Download Application Form for Marriage Certificate through the website of Karnataka Government. You can Apply for Marriage Registration, Check Status of Your Marriage Certificate, Necessary Documents, Court Marriage Procedure and Fee Details through the same website of Karnataka government.
Concerned Department– Department of Stamps and Registration
Official Link– www.jharkhand.gov.in
Concerned Authority– Sub Registrar who registered the documents of immovable property are also marriage officer and their offices are located in Taluk Head Quarters/ District Head Quarters/ In few places of Hobli Head Quarters.
Address– 5th Floor, 3rd Stage, M.S. Building, Dr. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore-560001.
Procedure for Marriage Certificate in Karnataka-
A. Hindu Marriage Act-
Marriages under Hindu Marriage Act can be registered in the office of the Registrar of Marriage within the jurisdiction of which the marriage has taken place or in the office of Marriage Officer in whose jurisdiction the bride or bride-groom resides.
Application for marriage filled in prescribed form with name and address of bridegroom and bride, their signatures, signature of 3 attesting witness present at the time of marriage along with their name and address, joint photo of bride and bridegroom with signature over such photo should be presented to the Registrar of Marriage.
Marriage officer will verify the contents of the application and records. He will issue certificate of marriage if he is satisfied that the records produced are in accordance with law.
B. Special Marriage Act-
In this Act, Bridegroom and bride give notice before 30 days of solemnization of marriage. If no objections are received within the 30 days from the date of notice, they should appear before the marriage officer within 60 days from the lapse of notice along with the notice. If the marriage is not solemnized within 90 days from the date of notice fresh notice has to be issued. Parties and Witnesses shall sign the declaration and certificates of marriage.
C. Parsi Marriage Act-
It applies to Parsies and Zoroastrians. Marriage under Parsi Marriage Act may be registered in the Office of the District Registrar in whose jurisdiction the marriage takes place. District Registrars are Registrars of Marriages under Parsi Marriage Act and their Offices are situated in all District Headquarters.
Registrars will obtain signature of bridegroom and bride and two witnesses present at the time of marriage in prescribed form and issue certificate of marriage. This certificate will be sent to Registrar of Marriage along with prescribed fee. Registrar of marriage will record in the prescribed register.
Fee for Marriage Certificate in Karnataka-
- Fee for application is Rs.5 and fee for certified copy is Rs.10.
- Fee for solemnization of marriage is Rs.10, Rs.15 extra for solemnization in place other than office.
- Fee for notice of intended marriage is Rs 3.
- fee for certified copy of certificate of marriage is Rs.2
Application Form for Marriage Certificate in Karnataka-
Form Under Special Marriage Act- http://188.8.131.52/karigr/links/download/special%20marriage%20forms.pdf
Form Under Hindu Marriage Act- http://184.108.40.206/karigr/links/download/hindu%20marriage%20forms.pdf