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Annulment or Decree of Nullity

Properly called a Decree of Nullity, it is a finding by a Church tribunal that, on the day vows were exchanged, at least some essential element for a valid marriage was lacking, such as, one of the parties did not intend lifelong fidelity to the other person or excluded having children entirely.

Submitted in section: Religion & Spirituality: Christianity: Denominations: Catholicism: Sacraments: Matrimony: Annulment: Annulment or Decree of Nullity

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