Both parties agree to part ways by mutual consent.
The resolutions are chosen mutually by both the spouses where they choose to exchange the goods which they have taken from each other during the term of their marriage.
Under this form both the parties settle everything between them according to their convenience
As far as divorce rules in India are concerned, divorce can be granted only on certain specified grounds like which are mentioned i.e. cruelty, if the spouse is drug addicted, if he/she has voluntary sexual intercourse with another person etc.
Here in India divorce for hindus, buddhists, sikhs and jains, parsis, christian's and muslim's is governed by the following marriage Acts:-
For hindus, sikhs, buddhist's and jains are governed by the Special Marriage Act, 1955, by the dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939, by the Indian Divorce Act, 1869, by the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936, by the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
(a) Marriage certificate,
(b) Priest can testify the marriage,
(c) marriage photographs etc.
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