Court Marriage Nikah Nama

Court Marriage Nikah Nama

Court Marriage Nikah Nama

A Court Marriage Nikah Nama is a legal Papers and document that certifies the union between a man and a woman under the Islamic law, registered through a civil court and family court. The Court Marriage NikahNama provide an officially and legally recognition of the relationship ensuring the rights of both parties under the law. The Nikah Nama includes essential details such as the names of the bride and groom, their ages, addresses, and the agreed-upon mahr (dower) amount. It is witnessed and signed by both parties, their guardians, and witnesses, ensuring transparency and mutual consent. The court’s involvement in registering the Nikah Nama adds an additional layer of legal assurance, making it easier for the couple to address any legal matters in the future, such as inheritance, property rights, and divorce.

How to Prepare Court Marriage Nikah Nama?

Here is the basic Step to Prepare the Court Marriage Nikah Nama

Step 1: Preliminary Preparations

Consent: Ensure both parties consent to the marriage without any coercion.

Eligibility: Verify that both parties meet the legal age requirement and are eligible to marry under the relevant laws.

Step 2: Gather Required Documents

Identification: ID card or passports for both parties.

Photographs:  Some passport-sized photographs of both are need.

Witnesses: At least two witnesses required from each side.

Affidavits: Sworn statements from both parties affirming their marital status (e.g., single, divorced, widowed).

Step 3: Fill Out the Nikah Nama Form

Bride and Groom Details: Full names, ages, addresses, and identification numbers.

Mahr Details: The agreed-upon amount of dower (mahr), which can be in cash or kind.

Witness Details: Names, addresses, and identification numbers of the witnesses.

Guardians: Information about the bride’s guardian (wali) if applicable.

Step 4: Court Procedure

Visit the Court: Both parties, along with their witnesses, need to visit the local civil court or marriage registrar’s office.

Submission: Submit the filled-out Nikah Nama form along with the gathered documents to the marriage registrar.

Verification: The registrar will verify the details and may ask for additional information or documentation if needed.

Step 5: Nikah Ceremony

Nikah Khawan: Arrange for a Nikah Khawan (officiant) to conduct the Nikah ceremony according to Islamic rites.

Acceptance: During the ceremony, both parties declare their acceptance of the marriage contract (Ijab and Qubool) in the presence of witnesses.

Signatures: The bride, groom, witnesses, and Nikah Khawan sign the Nikah Nama.

Step 6: Registration

Court Registration: After the Nikah ceremony, submit the signed Nikah Nama to the marriage registrar for official registration.

Certificate Issuance: Upon successful registration, the court will issue a marriage certificate, making the marriage legally recognized.

Step 7: Post-Marriage Formalities

Copies of Nikah Nama: Obtain several certified copies of the registered Nikah Nama for future use.

Legal Updates: Update your marital status on identification documents and other legal records as necessary.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your Court Marriage Nikah Nama is properly prepared, legally binding, and recognized under both civil and Islamic law

For More Information Contact: Adv M Ali Naeem (PH: +92 346 4465967)

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