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nullity

[′nəl·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
The dimension of the null space of a linear transformation.
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The approval of the bill, he said only means that the church declaration of nullity now has the same effect--and carry the same weight--as civil court decisions.
FBME was a legal nullity when it purported to file its notice of appeal in April 2017" and "remains a legal nullity now," it added.
The Magistracy has also seen the Appeal of Nullity of Judicial Actions Number 106/2016, appellant by the lawyer Andrs Marcos Ondo Eyenga in name and representation of the company Marathon EG Production Limited, appealed by the lawyer, Jos Fernando Siale in representation of Alfredo Buerrberi .
Fault divorce, on the other hand, can be likened to the annulment of voidable marriage or declaration of nullity of void marriage in the Philippines because the petitioner must specifically cite the ground for the dissolution of marriage.
Therefore, it was necessary to be instituted a measure a posteriori, namely the nullity of the act.
After nearly 30 years of watching a decline in the number of Catholics applying for marriage annulment, diocesan officials are reporting increases following Pope Francis' 2015 reform of church law on nullity procedures.
One such problem faced by readers is the recent news about the Supreme Court deciding that a "divorce" granted by an Ecclesiastical Tribunal is not valid in the eyes of the Civil Law, and, therefore, a Catholic who has obtained a declaration of nullity of marriage cannot be married validly in a secular Court, without first getting a divorce in a secular Court.
138 (1) (a) and (c) of the Criminal Procedure Code by a body lacking jurisdiction to carry out such activities is not grounds for absolute nullity of procedure, since none of the specific and fully inclusive cases provided under art.
However, it cannot defeat strongly faithful nations, incorporated with their leadership such people such as Saudi Arabia which the hands and the arms of its security men sons, managed to cut off its way, who brave have tumbled principles of terrorists' ideas, while their misguided approach was confronted by Saudi scholars and sheikhs, who refuted their false arguments and inferred evidences from the Quran and Sunnah to explain their mistakes and corruption and nullity.
Aslam said that admittedly no complaint either oral or written was initiated by the government and the case was registered on merely an interpretation of a police officer so entire proceedings are a nullity in the eyes of law and liable to be quashed.
Conspirators were first arrested in April 2012 but the proceedings were declared a nullity because the prosecution had failed to get the Attorney General's consent to prosecute the Scottish side of the case.
Therefore, the failure to obtain such approval shall not cause the nullity of the arbitration clause.