|Annulment of marriage refers to the process by which a marriage is declared void, as though it never existed. Usually annulment is retroactive, although some jurisdictions consider the marriage void only from the date of annulment. A judgment of annulment declares a marriage to be invalid. Invalid marriages are of two types: void marriages and voidable marriages. A void marriage is invalid from the date of marriage and, therefore, cannot lawfully exist. A court will grant a decree of annulment once grounds such as bigamy, incest and lack of consent are proved. In the case of voidable marriage, it is valid until an annulment is sought. Annulment of a voidable marriage comes into effect only when a court makes its decision.|
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