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In Islam there are 4 conditions, which must be met for a marriage to be considered valid.
1. Consent– There must be mutual consent that both the bride and the groom. Both must explicitly express there interests to marry each other.
2. Wali– A wali is a male guardian of the bride who looks out for the best interests of her and protects her. The permission of the father, brothers, male relatives, or other individual designated as a wali must be obtained.
3. Witnesses– Two adult witnesses must be present.
4. Mahr– This word is often translated as “dowry” but is better expressed as “bridal gift.” The bride has a right to receive a gift from the groom which remains her own property as security in the marriage. The gift is payable directly to the bride and remains her sole property, even in case of later divorce. The mahr can be cash, jewelry, property, or any other valuable asset.
Islamically if these four conditions are met a marriage is considered legal in Islam. However, the Masjid currently doesn't offer nikah services.