Annulment is a legal procedure for declaring a marriage null and void. Annulment differs from divorce where the court ends an otherwise legal marriage on a specific date.
Grounds for Legal Annulment
Grounds for legal annulment vary in different legal jurisdictions but are typically limited to fraud bigamy and mental incompetence. Grounds for legal annulment often include:
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