||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 201 (Oct)
|| EWHC 2651 (Fam)
||Richard Sear for the applicant.
||Michael Glaser for the respondent.
||17 October 2011
Marriage - Validity - Decree of nullity - Parties allegedly participating in ceremony of Islamic marriage - Applicant seeking decree of nullity - Whether events amounting to potentially lawful marriage - Whether court able to issue decree of nullity.
Marriage Validity. The Family Division, in giving the applicant leave to issue a petition for nullity without having to file a certificate of marriage, held that, on the evidence, the parties had entered into a potentially lawful marriage.
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