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The Law Reform (Marriage & Divorce) Act 1976 came in force on 1st March 1982 . If they had the temple wedding after 1.3.1982 and did not register the marriage, then the marriage is not valid].2.From that date The Malaysian law only recognises civil marriages that are registered . REQUIREMENTS FOR MARRIAGE- Section 12 (a) Age Groom Aged below 18, are not allowed to marry Aged between 18 to 21 the parents must consent to the marriage Aged 21 and above the consent of parent is not required Bride Aged below 16, are not allowed to marry Aged between 16-18, the Chief Minister must consent to the marriage Aged between 18 to 21 the parents must consent to the marriage Aged 21 and above the consent of parent is not required(b) Consent Both parties must willingly consent to the marriage.The applications are being accepted at High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur, Level 28, Menara 1 MK, No.1, Jalan Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur between 9.30am-12.00noon (Monday-Friday). What types of Visas can be obtained to visit India and what are their requirements?Ans: Eligibility Conditions and Supporting Documents for Different Visa Categories are as follows: Tourist Visa: Tourist Visa is granted to a Foreigner who does not have a residence or occupation in India and whose sole objective of visiting India is recreation, sight-seeing, casual visit to meet friends and relatives.
Registrar may dispense the appearance of one of the parties if he is satisfied there exists a good reason for his absence.
MARRIAGES PRIOR TO 1ST MARCH 1982 and MARRIAGES AFTER 1ST MARCH 1982All customary or cultural marriages and other marriages conducted according to Chinese or Hindu rites before 1st March 21982 are legal marriages and are valid. After 1st March 1982 customary or cultural marriages and other marriages by Chinese or Hindu rites are only valid if REGISTERED[Eg if A and B had a temple wedding in 1981, the marriage even if not registered is valid.