Ordinarily, a married couple can only get a divorce after they have been married for at least three years. However, circumstances do arise after marriage that may entitle them to annul the marriage instead. An example of such a circumstance would be wilful non-consummation of marriage by one of the parties.
When a marriage is annulled, the effect is as if the marriage never took place and parties revert to being “single” rather than “divorced”.
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