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If petition for nullity of marriage failed/denied by court, can i still apply for annulment?

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Arresto Menor
Hope someone could en lighten me here;

If my petition for nullity of marriage failed/denied by court, can i still apply for annulment?

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tsi ming choi

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In my opinion, NO longer, because res judicata(The thing/issue has been adjudged/decided) takes place. The same parties involved, same cause of action, and same relief prayed for to the court.

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that's right. it's one shot deal

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Arresto Menor

Thanks for the reply!

Please see my case below


Just a follow up question on this on my case I have secure my marriage license from San Juan City, Our place of marriage as per MC is on Pasay City Hall, but actual place of marriage was done in the house of my ex wife at Tondo... The ceremony held on March 19, 2005 but the marriage license was released on March 25, 2005 and at the marriage contract it stated that we get married on April 25, 2005...This was happened because it is a shotgun marriage me and my ex wife is not yet ready for it but the parents insist that we should get married to avoid scandal on their part since their daughter is pregnant already for about 2-3 months. I have done my research already so the solemnizing officer is legit under filipino spiritual catholic church... She is the one facilitating the whole process done through a fixer she know.... I have a video during ceremony i think it has a date to prove it was held on March 19, other evidence is letters/cards stating our anniversary date and wedding ring and people testimony who attended our marriage based on the facts and evidence I have is it enough to be used as ground for nullity of our marriage?

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