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Advantages of Marriage Certificate

Certificate of marriage is a document providing social security, self-confidence particularly among married women.

Certificate of marriage is useful in getting the visa for the wife/husband.

It will be helpful in claiming the Bank deposits or Life Insurance benefits when the depositee or the Insurer dies without a nomination or otherwise.

Certificate of marriage is a document, which provides valuable evidence of marriage.

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Muslim Marraige

Reliminary-

nikah in pre Islamic Arabia, meant different forms of sex relationship between a man and a woman established on certain terms, in pre Islamic days,women were treated as chattels, and were not given any right of inheritance and were absolutely dependent. it was prophet mohammad who brought about a complete change in the position of women.

Definition-

The legal contract between a bride and bridegroom as part of an Islamic marriage; the contract of Islamic marriage; Islamic marriage in general.

Nikah is an Arabic term used for marriage. It means “contract”. The Quran specifically refers to marriage as “mithaqun Ghalithun,”. Which means “a strong agreement”.

The original meaning of the work nikah is the physical relationship between man and woman. It is also used secondarily to refer to the contract of marriage which makes that relationship lawful.

“A contract that results in the man and woman living with each other and supporting each other within the limits of what has been laid down for them in terms of rights and obligations.”

Ibn Uthaimeen takes an even more comprehensive view of the institution of marriage in his definition of it as:

“It is a mutual contract between a man and a woman whose goal is for each to enjoy the other, become a pious family and a sound society.”

Essential Condition Of Nikah

Nikah is based on few conditions. When these conditions are fulfilled, then a man and a woman are proclaimed as husband and wife and can live together and carry on their marital duties. These are:

Essentials of Marriage

The essentials of a valid marriage are as follows:-

(i) There should be a proposal made by or on behalf of one of the parties to the marriage, and an acceptance of the proposal by or on behalf of the other party. A Muslim marriage requires proposal ‘Ijab’ from one party and acceptance ‘Qubul’ from the other side. This must be done in one sitting.

(ii) The proposal and acceptance must both be expressed at once meeting. The acceptance must be corresponding to what is being offered. The marriage must be effectively immediate. If the Wali says “ I will marry her to you after two months”, there is no marriage.

(iii) The parties must be competent. The two parties must be legally competent; i.e. they must be sane and adult.

(iv) There must be two male or one male & two female witnesses, who must be sane and adult Mahomedan present & hearing during the marriage proposal and acceptance. (Not needed in Shia Law).

(v) Neither writing nor any religious ceremony is needed.

Aim & Object Of Nikah

Like anything a Muslim does, marriage should only be undertaken after gaining an understanding of all that Allah has prescribed in terms of rights and obligations as well as gaining an understanding of the wisdom behind this institution. Nearly all peoples and all societies practice marriage in some form, just as they practice business (buying and selling). Umar ibn Al-Khattab used to expel people from the marketplace in Madina who were not knowledgeable of the fiqh of buying and selling. Likewise, a Muslim should not engage in something as important as marriage without having understanding of the purpose of marriage in Islam as well as a comprehensive understanding of the rights and obligations which it brings about.

One of the principles of Islamic Jurisprudence says that: “The default state of all things is lawfulness until some evidence shows otherwise.” Based on this, if new foods are discovered, they are considered lawful, unless there is some specific reason or attribute which would make it forbidden for example if it is causes intoxication. Relations between men and women do not follow this general principle and in fact are opposite to it. The principle is that: “Relations between men and women are forbidden until some evidence shows otherwise.”