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to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

to remove or invalidate by or as if by running a line through or wiping clean

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Aragones, who sponsored the bill as chairperson of the House Committee on Family Relations, said the new bill provides that whenever a marriage, duly and legally solemnized by a priest, minister, imam, rabbi or presiding elder of any church or religious sect in the Philippines is subsequently annulled or dissolved in a final judgment or decree in accordance with the canons or precepts of the church or religious sect, the annulment or dissolution shall have the same effect as a decree of annulment or dissolution issued by a competent court.
Just as telling is the 2011 report by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines' CBCPNews, which quoted the OSG as saying that the number of marriage annulment cases in the country had risen by 40 percent in the last decade, with at least 22 cases filed daily.
It was more important a long time ago when there weren't options for annulments back in those days.
Monsignor Pio Vito Pinto, dean of the Vatican court that rules on annulments, told a news conference the new rules were the most substantive changes to annulment laws since the papacy of Benedict XIV, who reigned from 1740 to 1758.
And on Saturday, speaking to a conference on annulments, he rued how long the annulment process can take, saying the proceedings are "often perceived by spouses as long and wearisome.
Annulments are a major factor in the Roman Catholic church because it can stop a devout member from taking Communion.
In mid-August, Iran called on the European countries to comply with the rulings of the EU courts on the annulment of the sanctions against Tehran.
The appeal for annulment is a peculiar civil procedural law institution of the Romanian law.
That is, they found those who had had annulments scored higher on factors of wellbeing than those who were divorced without annulment.
the wave of annulments of 2010 a new solution for the ICSID gap was
He also spoke about the risk of seeing annulments as a canonical way to regulate the breakup of authentic marriages.
61) Many other women, usually those fending off husbands looking for lost goods, claimed that annulments had already been granted to them for their marriages for a variety of reasons, from precontract to consanguinity.
ALTHOUGH divorce has been legal since 1997, I was amazed to find out recently how many Irish couples are still seeking annulments as a method of ending their marriage.
I am writing to you in regards to civic annulments.