annulment


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annulment

a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc.
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The divergent opinions of the tribunals and annulment committees in the Argentine Gas Cases have significant implications for international investment.
These selected competencies can serve as a foundation for conceptualizing working with religious clients in general and specifically counseling with Catholics, who are moving through the annulment process,
It also held that "there is no longer any need to adjudicate on the application for annulment [ ] as the applicant no longer has any interest in challenging that decision because of the adoption of the decision of 25 May 2012".
The fee annulment was one of the requirements by transporters and exporting companies.
The letters indicate that Anne withheld her favors for the first year of the courtship, but Bernard believes that Anne gave way shortly thereafter, even before Henry had begun to think of an annulment or the break from Rome.
In fact, Kim insisted that she wanted an annulment and filed for divorce only after being told it was her only legal option.
drafters left available to the parties an annulment mechanism.
The reason for annulment of many laws, according to Kadriu, is because they cannot follow the uncontrolled promptness and without expert consultation.
Iran's Guardian Council rejects annulment of the June 12 presidential election, saying that there have been no major polling irregularities," the English-language Press TV said.
But the status of the annulment call had not been clarified before press time.
The Teinver award is the subject of ongoing annulment proceedings.
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez today batted for the passage of his bill providing for annulment and dissolution of marriage.