Terms & Conditions


    Indian Court Marriage procedure is common across India. It is made possible — and subsequently governed by — the Special Marriage Act, 1954, which provides for marriage by civil ceremony between parties belonging to different religions. Even parties of the same religion may, however, choose a court marriage over rituals and ceremonies.

  • Do you need parents’ approval to be married in court?

    No. There is no need for parents’ approval of a court marriage, so long as the following conditions are fulfilled.


    No Previous Marriage Valid: Neither party should have a living husband or wife. Any previous marriage should no longer be valid.

  • Age: The male must have completed 21 years and the female 18 years of age.

  • Fit for Procreation: Neither of party should be unfit for procreation of children.

  • Prohibited Relationship: Parties should not be within degrees of prohibited relationship as provided in Schedule I; however, if the customs and traditions of the religion of any one of the parties permit so, then it shall be valid.

  • Delivery and Shipping Policy

    Indian Court Marriage Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee delivery at a specific time of day. Substitution may be necessary to ensure your gift is delivered on the day you requested. Taxes are based on prevailing rates in the delivery area.

  • Service Fees

    A service fee is applied to orders delivered by an FTD florist, however the actual service fees charged may vary. For example, same day deliveries, weekend and holiday service fees may be higher.

  • Privacy Policy

    The National Registry of Indian Court Marriage (the “Registry”) is committed to protecting the privacy of the users of indiancourtmarriage.in (the “Site”). The following outlines our privacy and data protection policy:

  • Changes to this Statement

    Due to changes in legislation, best practice or enhancements to functionality and content on the Site, we may make changes to our privacy policy and will reflect those changes in this statement. Please check here from time to time for such changes.

  • Refund and Cancellation

    Like India, in the United States too marriage venues have to be booked well in advance. But sometimes advance planning may land the bride and the bridegroom in trouble, as it happened with a couple in New York.

  • "How could we ever dream of a situation like this and ask about the cancellation policy?"

    asked the couple who eventually had to hire a lawyer to fight their case. They did get back their money as all the term pertaining to cancellation in the contract was unfair and the couple was not even informed of it.

  • We face such situations in India too, though the reason of cancellation or postponement is usually due to death of some relatives. But the attitude of the hall owners is no different. Here is a typical case.