annulment


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the state of being cancelled or annulled

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

the act of abrogating

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168) In light of the specific objectives of ICSID and of international investment law in general, understanding the positions taken by the annulment committees are relevant for the security of foreign investment "because they may be outcome-determinative and critically affect the general balance between the regulatory freedoms on the part of a host state's government in times of national emergencies and the protections afforded to the investments of foreign investors.
Further, many of these Catholics who are seeking help outside of the Church are not completely familiar with the Church's teachings on marriage, divorce and annulment (Gray et al.
While the court rejected the action for failure to take action and for annulment "in the light of the exceptional circumstances of the present case," it ordered the Commission to pay its own costs as well as those incurred by CTRS in connection with the proceedings.
Bernard is clear that Wolsey's fall was solely due to his failure to achieve the annulment desired by the king, nothing more.
application for the annulment is heard by a group of experts different
The ballot review appeared to be the official alternative to an annulment.
Based on the historical speed of annulment proceedings a decision on annulment would be expected in the second half of 2019 although individual case timing is unpredictable.
The House leader explained that both the court and the Catholic Church have annulment processes.
A Church annulment is, in effect, Church-sanctioned divorce.
One principal issue for divorce is that annulment or legal separation cases entail heavy financial costs to the parties.
Instead of divorce, they are battling for a "simplified" annulment law that would make the process affordable and accessible to ordinary Filipinos.
Barbers proposed that the separation of couples for five years be a ground for annulment, while Gabriela wants to amend portions of the Family Code.
Meanwhile, HB 6779, or 'An Act Recognizing the Civil Effects of Church Annulment Decrees', has also been approved by 203 lawmakers.
The appeal for annulment is an institution of Romanian civil procedural law specific legislation.
The relevant judicial authority shall order the enforcement of the arbitration award unless one of the litigants files an application for the annulment of the award in the following specific events: (a) If it was passed in the absence of an arbitration agreement or in pursuant to an invalid arbitration agreement, or if it was prescribed by the lapse of time or if the arbitrator goes beyond the scope of the agreement.