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When is a marriage not a marriage?


14/12/2017   By: Rosie Pearson
Where two people take part in a ceremony that purports to be a marriage that ceremony can give rise to a valid marriage, a voidable marriage (a flawed marriage that may be annulled by the court), a void marriage or a non-marriage. This blog post discusses the status of the last category within this list: non-marriages.

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