annulment


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annulment

a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc.
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In other words, it's an upgraded annulment law,' he told reporters.
On average, annulment proceedings would require at least seven hearings.
The court, in its verdict, rejected a number of Indian demands including annulment of military court decision convicting Jadhav, his release and safe passage to India.
The Bombay High Court had earlier dismissed the plea of one Satish Ukey seeking annulment of Fadanavis's election.
The Roman Catholic Church maintained the validity of Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon and rejected its schismatic annulment.
* Also, on March 27, Cage filed for an annulment of their marriage, just four days after the couple exchanged their vows.
In seeking an annulment, which would mean there would be no payments or division of wealth, Nasiri accused Natanj of marrying him simply so she could obtain immigration status in Canada for herself and her mother.
Earlier, a two-member bench of the court headed by Chief Justice Athar Minallah in short order on maintainability of Nawaz Sharif 's appeal had held that the appeal for suspension of the sentence will also be heard along with the central appeal for annulment of punishment.
The former Miltary leader spoke of the intricacies surrounding the election, and the details of what led to the annulment.
NAB further alleged that IHC had decided to hear review petitions along with Sharifs' appeals seeking annulment of accountability court's verdict.
Cesar Montano, Sunshine Cruz annulment finalized !-- -- Jan Milo Severo (philstar.com) - September 19, 2018 - 3:16pm MANILA, Philippines After almost four years of trial, a court finally granted the annulment papers of former celebrity couple Cesar Montano and Sunshine Cruz.