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What are valid grounds for annulment?

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the parties married on Aug. 16, 2016, but never lived together. The applicant brought an application for annulment on April 26, 2018, saying that there was no relationship and she was used by the respondent for immigration purposes.

The applicant deposed that the marriage was never consummated and she believed that the respondent had never intended to act as her husband. Thus, the applicant argued that she was entitled to an annulment because the marriage was not consummated and the respondent only married for immigration purposes.

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