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can anyone please answer this in simple terms.

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25 Mar 12 #320045 by Ruby45
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1:The parties have had a marriage ceremony in disregard of certain requirements as to the formation of the marriage?

2: The Petitioner will be barred from obtaining a decree of nullity if the Respondent can satisfy the Court that the Petitioner knew that the marriage could be avoided but conducted him or herself in such a way as for the Respondent to reasonably believe that they would not seek to do so. The Petitioner may also be barred from obtaining a decree of nullity if it would be unjust to the Respondent to do so.

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26 Mar 12 #320058 by LadySMB
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Bump for legal advice

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07 Apr 12 #322145 by soulruler
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Maybe it would be helpful to have more background information. I am assuming that one party (petitioner in divorce) is stating that the marriage for some reason was entered into with the Petitioner not knowing some material fact or having been forced into the marriage in some way.

It may be considered unreasonable by the petitioner if the petitioner is seeking for a financial award despite saying the marriage was entered into either unlawfully or by force.

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