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1 void marriage? on Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:12 pm

babylovemoko


Arresto Menor
tanong ko lang po kung valid ung kasal nmen ng aswa ko? nagpakasl po kme 19 years old aco tpos ung lalake 22 d po kme kumuha ng mariage liscence o ng kahit ano basta nagpunta n lng kme sa manila city hall kac may kakilala ung family namen pumirma n lng kme. tpos nung naregister sa nso meron n mariage liscence at sa san juan city nka rehistro pati ung address co sa san juan pero d nmn kami dun nkatira ? valid po ba un?

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2 Re: void marriage? on Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:16 pm

babylovemoko


Arresto Menor
pls reply po kau !

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3 Re: void marriage? on Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:37 pm

karl704


Prision Mayor
sinong nagkasal sa inyo sa cityhall?

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4 Re: void marriage? on Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:06 am

babylovemoko


Arresto Menor
i forgot na kung cno eh !

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5 Re: void marriage? on Thu Mar 14, 2013 7:51 am

karl704


Prision Mayor
anong katungkulan nya?judge b yan, o pastor?may ceremony ba na naganap?pwedeng mapa void yung kasal kung wala ang isa sa mga requirements ng valid marriage. Basahin mo arts. 2-4 ng Family Code. Pero presumed valid yung kasal kasi may marriage contract kayo.

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6 Re: void marriage? on Sat Mar 16, 2013 9:00 pm

attyLLL


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imo, it is void for absence of a marriage license at the time of the ceremony, but as long as no court declares it as void, it will be presumed to be valid.


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7 Re: void marriage? on Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:40 am

keis


Arresto Mayor
attylll.. ask ko din po san po makikita yung marriage license??? kasi po yung kasal ng mama ko at papa ko, hindi pa po sya napapaauthenticate sa nso. pag po ba walang marriage license invalid kasal na mamat papa ko?? ako po kasi inutusan na pa nso yung marriage contract nila..


tsaka isa pa po tanong, yung mama ko po kasal sa unang asawa po nya, pero nong nagpacenomar mama ko,, wala ni isang nakarehistro,, khit yung kasal ng mamat papa ko ngayon last 2005 po sila nag pakasal..

tsaka may nabasa po ako,, na may marriage na exempted sa marriage license... kelan po yun??? anong year po yun pinasa?? thanks po

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8 cohabitation? on Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:54 am

Bloomlit


Arresto Menor
attyLLL wrote:imo, it is void for absence of a marriage license at the time of the ceremony, but as long as no court declares it as void, it will be presumed to be valid.


I think I know who lovemokobaby is talking about. This bogus man was caught on the act officiating a marriage ceremony by the Imbestigador team.

According to his religous sect, he was really authorized to officiate weddings but only inside their church or chapels designated by their parochial. The illegality was he did it in Munisipyo ng Manila, in the office of a counselor but without the knowledge "daw" of the counselor.

Atty, you said the marriage is void because of the absence of a marriage license, and only a court can declare it as being void, my qustions are:

1. How long should it take to get a court decision on this case? And,
2. What if this bogus guy had the couple signed a cohabitation papers in liue of a marriage license, does it still make the marriage valid or binding, and how long should it also take to get a court decision on this particular case?

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9 Re: void marriage? on Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:39 pm

attyLLL


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1-2 years if proper evidence is presented

it has to be proven that they actually did not cohabit.


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