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  • Info Annulment is a legal procedure for declaring a marriage null and void. more...
  • They were married for only a few days before he filed for annulment.
  • Both assumed an annulment could be obtained within a matter of months.
  • He called for the annulment of results from nine of the country's regions.
  • The annulment of this rule has also been demanded in the upper house of the parliament.
  • The couple apparently met again only once, during the process for the annulment of their marriage a few years later.
  • Her flight doubtless was in some way connected with the forced annulment of her marriage. Cited from Lucretia Borgia, by Ferdinand Gregorovius
  • Their marriage was short, ending in an annulment five years later.
  • Their respective ages would come up later when Richard would try to seek an annulment.
  • Margaret took many lovers both during her marriage and after her annulment.
  • Patrick still has the annulment papers, so he comes to the book launch.
  • His first marriage ended with an annulment, and the others ended in divorce.
  • The hearing before a legislative committee occupied about twenty days and ended in the annulment of the contract. Cited from Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1, George Boutwell
  • Her family tells her it's a good riddance and she should get an annulment.
  • The annulment of the sale would bring him face to face with ruin. Cited from Historical Nights' Entertainment, V1, by Sabatini
  • Annulment, however, is also concerned with the reality of whether or not a true marriage was ever formed.
  • It was actually an annulment they were requesting based on their stated pre-contract.
  • This union ended with an annulment seven years later.
  • Failure to follow those rules may result in an annulment of the marriage by the Catholic Church.
  • The code must be approved by Parliament under the annulment procedure before it can come into force.
  • In the matter of the annulment, no progress seemed possible.
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Meaning of annulment

  • noun (law) a formal termination (of a relationship or a judicial proceeding etc)