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Q. inter caste marriage certificate

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Anonymous

posted 5 months ago

am anita christian(bc) my husband hindu(sc) already my marriage was registered inspecial marriage act in 2013 i applied government inter caste marriage certificate but government not issued the certificate but the employment office ask the government inter caste marriage certificate how can i get pls help me my family is very poor ecconomic condition pls help me
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A. It takes time but you can contact for the same.

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ARPIT BATRA

Experience: 11 Year(s)

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A. dear client Inter Caste marriage Certificates are issued by the District Social Welfare Officer after solemnisation of the marriage under Special Marriage Act.kindly apply before concerned officer.

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Deepak Bade

Experience: 9 Year(s)

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A. File a writ petition in the high court. If you are unable to afford advocate's fees, contact free legal aid service situated in the high court to take up your matter free of cost.

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

Experience: 15 Year(s)

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Anonymous

Replied 5 months ago

thank you sir

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A. Dear client, pl. follow/comply with the advice of my learned advocate colleague. For details,pl. contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com

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Rajender Prasad

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A. Dear Client,
Inter Caste marriage Certificates are issued by the District Social Welfare Officer after solemnisation of the marriage under Special Marriage Act.
Shanti Ranjan Behera
Advocate

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Shanti Ranjan Behera

Experience: 22 Year(s)

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A. Dear Sir,
The concerned department must have issued such certificate. If not issue then get issue legal notice and file Writ Petition in High Court. The following authority provide you free legal services and free advocate. Nothing to worry.
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FREE LEGAL SERVICE BY CENTRAL GOVT AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
http://doj.gov.in/page/litigant-service
Litigant Service
Access to justice is a fundamental element of a just, equitable and civilized society. The vision of Access to Justice for all means that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen for reason of economic and other disability. With this vision Department of Justice initiated a pro-bono legal services scheme to provide free legal assistance to the marginalized applicants/litigants.
An online application form has been created below where the litigants can register information about their case or grievance. The Department will then connect them to a pro- bono advocate registered with the Department who will provide them legal aid free of cost. The nature of legal assistance provided shall be legal advice, drafting of case related document(s), appearance in the court (all or either of the three) depending on the availability of the advocates.
It is to be noted that, this endeavor of Department of Justice is a step in the direction of strengthening legal aid and increasing access to justice to those who cannot afford it and in no way it guarantees a favorable decision in the court for the litigant/applicant.
Further, pro- bono legal assistance provided by the advocates is a voluntary service where the advocates willingly devote their time to provide legal aid to the poor and needy applicants. Once a litigant/applicant has been connected to a preferable pro- bono advocate by the Department, the Department is not responsible for the quality of legal aid provided or time committed by the advocate to the case of the litigant.
Both the litigant/applicant and the advocate are free to discontinue their association at any given point of time giving valid reasons for the same to the Department within 15 days.
We hope that the pro- bono legal services will be a significant step in enabling access to quality legal aid and assistance to the people.
Interested persons may apply for pro- bono legal aid through the online service

FOLLOWING IS THE KARANATAKA LEGAL SERVICES…..SIMILAR IS AVAILABLE IN EVERY STATE

http://www.kslsa.kar.nic.in/

For Further Details Contact:
Karnataka State Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Degula Building, 1st Floor, H. Siddaiah Road,
Bengaluru

Email : karslsa[at]gmail[dot]com
Website : www.kslsa.kar.nic.in

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A. Approach concern department

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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Anonymous

Replied 5 months ago

dear sir already i approached the concern department he said christian & hindu religion is differ so not eligible for inter caste marriage .

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