Marriages in Nepal can be registered with the District Court where the parties have resided for at least 15 days prior to the wedding.
The restrictions listed in Nepal's National Civil Code 2074 are as follows.
Generally, you can apply for your marriage certificate at any District court in Nepal where you want to get married.
The Nepalese National Civil Code, Section 81, allows people to change their surname. You can keep your own surname, adopt your husband's surname, or use a combination of your surnames.
The physical, mental, and legal capacity to marry is referred to as the ability to marry. You must be physically able to complete the marriage. You must understand the significance of the ceremony mentally. Section 70 of Nepal's National Civil Code makes it mandatory for people aged 20 and up who are not married to have children.
It is referred to as a "no objection" letter. Foreigners can obtain a no objection letter by visiting their respective embassies, while Nepali citizens can visit a local village development committee. He or she must provide official proof of their unmarried status.
Yes. To marry, both the bride and groom must be at least 20 years old.
Yes. A marriage certificate takes two days to obtain. The day an application for a marriage certificate is filed and the next day the certificate is issued, you can file an application on the first day and receive your marriage certificate on the second day.
Yes. Section 77 of the National Civil Code of 2074 requires at least two witnesses.
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