In Islam, Nikah is a marriage contract and is considered a sacred bond. The Qur’an refers to this as a ‘serious contract’ as both parties have been allocated certain responsibilities to be carried out towards each other with sincerity to God. God acknowledges these deeds as worthy of reward, therefore a Muslim should strive and make genuine effort to build a harmonious home with their spouse in order to earn the pleasure of God. A Nikah may only be conducted with full consent from both parties, and in the case of the female, the approval of her wali (guardian) is also required. A Muslim woman may only make nikkah with a Muslim man.
The Muslim Law (Shariah) Council UK conducts Nikah contracts both on-site and off-site. To book an appointments or make an inquiry, please get in touch by calling us or sending an email.
- Legal age, sane and mature Muslim
- Full consent from both parties
- Proof of identity (passport or driver’s license)
All inclusive, there are no other additional charges or fees. Payment must be made when making an application. In any case additional services are required, the Council will charge the applicant in accordance to its policy.