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1 deleting posts on Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:26 am

jennetsandiego


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sorry for deleting message



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2 Re: deleting posts on Sun Oct 31, 2010 10:47 pm

yonni143


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Absence of marriage license renders the marriage void ab initio(invalid from the very beginning). However, their are exemptions under
Chapter 2(Marriages Exempted from License Requirement)
of the Family Code which requires no marriage license.



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3 deleting posts on Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:12 am

jennetsandiego


Arresto Menor
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4 Re: deleting posts on Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:28 pm

yonni143


Arresto Menor
Since it is a typo, the legality of marriage should not be affected.
The marriage is still VALID even with this typo error. (entered in good faith by both parties).This error can be corrected though

But since they failed to secure a valid marriage license at the time of the solemnization of their marriage, their marriage is Invalid from the start, unless their marriage falls under Chapter 2 of the Family code which requires no License


Only the court has the authority to declare the marriage as VOID. If indeed the marriage was void because of the absence of License, your friend should file a "declaration of absolute Nullity" in the appropriate court so that their marriage be annuled as if no marriage had happened. Thereafter, he can obtain a CENOMOR from NSO

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5 Re: deleting posts on Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:19 am

attyLLL


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jennet, what happened to the couple? they separated? jephry doesn't want the marriage to be valid or he wants to correct the problem?


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6 @ attyLLL on Wed Nov 03, 2010 1:09 am

jennetsandiego


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he doesn't the marriage to be valid. he told me that the marriage ceremony just happen in the reunion of the girls family... even his family were shock they were get married to fast. if in case, the name will not be corrected anymore, is there any possibility that he can request for a CENOMAR?

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7 Re: deleting posts on Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:16 pm

attyLLL


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this is a very delicate situation. the only reason he may be able to get a CENOMAR is due to the wrong spelling, but that wrongly spelled name refers to him. he could become liable for bigamy if he remarries.

the safer route is to have the first marriage declared annulled. good luck.


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