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annulment

a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc.
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8 ( ANI ): In a big victory for the Muslim convert Hadiya and her husband Shafin Jahan, the Supreme Court (SC), on Thursday, set aside the May 2017 Kerala High Court order, which had annulled their marriage, in connection with 'love jihad' case.
Earlier on Monday, the SHC while hearing the appeal of FIA, annulled the trial court's verdict and ordered retrial of the case.
It is time for all the agreements to be annulled and that cooperation with religious communities is once again placed within the legal framework,' concluded DurakoviA.
The Palestinian leadership will not accept any offers for negotiations unless the American decision on Jerusalem is annulled," Erekat stressed.
The Federal Court annulled the referendum's results, affirming that it was unconstitutional.
Jodhpur: A court in Rajasthan on Monday annulled the marriage of a young woman who had been married off when she was just 12 years old.
PJDP has argued in their petition that the amendment contrary to the constitution should be annulled as according to it a disqualified person can give directions to elected representatives while being party president.
Dubai: A wife won her legal battle and had her marriage annulled after she convinced Dubai's highest court that her husband is narcissistic and psychologically incapable of being a good husband.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) triggered the issue back in January 2017, after finding out that an assembly law dating back to Egypt's colonial times and annulled by the parliament in the late 1920s continues to be enforced in courts, resulting in mass sentences in several protest cases.
The European Central Bank has annulled the appointment of its new Brussels representative after staff complained Stephane Rottier, an advisor to chief economist Peter Praet, had been handpicked for the job, denying other candidates a chance.
Monday afternoon, President Gjorge Ivanov announced that he annulled all pardons from the decision adopted on April 12.
Justice Waqar Seth and Justice Younis heard the case today and annulled army court's order.