In Pakistan, court marriage is a legal process that allows couples to register their marriage with the government through a court of law, rather than through traditional religious ceremonies. The process typically involves filling out a legal form and providing certain documents, such as proof of identity and consent from both parties. The couple must also have witnesses present at the time of the court marriage. Once the marriage is registered, the couple is considered legally married and is issued marriage certificate. It’s important to note that court marriages in Pakistan are governed by the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance and have some difference with the procedure of court marriage
in other countries.