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Code of Canon Law

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  • BOOK VII : PROCESSES
    • PART III : CERTAIN SPECIAL PROCESSES
        • TITLE I: MATRIMONIAL PROCESSES (Cann. 1671 - 1707)
          • CHAPTER I : CASES CONCERNING THE DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE
            • ARTICLE 2: THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE THE VALIDITY OF MARRIAGE
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ARTICLE 2: THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE THE VALIDITY OF MARRIAGE

Can. 1674 The following are able to challenge the validity of a marriage:

the spouses themselves;

the promotor of justice, when the nullity of the marriage has already been made public, and the marriage cannot be validated or it is not expedient to do so.

Can. 1675 §1 A marriage which was not challenged while both parties were alive, cannot be challenged after the death of either or both, unless the question of validity is a necessary preliminary to the resolution of another controversy in either the canonical or the civil forum.

§2 If a spouse should die during the course of a case, can. 1518 is to be observed.




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