How do you revoke a relationship?
The NSW Relationships Register provides legal recognition for de facto partners. If you've submitted an application to revoke your registered relationship within the last 90 days and you wish to withdraw it, you can lodge your request by mail or in person at a service centre.
What does it take to get a marriage annulled?
To get an annulment, you'll have to prove your marriage is "voidable," meaning it was valid, but should be nullified (voided or canceled) based on one of the following grounds: unsound mind–one spouse lacked the ability to give consent due to a mental impairment or the influence of drugs or alcohol.
What’s an annulled marriage?
An annulment of marriage is a legal decree that a marriage is null and void. Annulments are granted when a court makes a finding a marriage is invalid. While a divorce ends a legally valid marriage, an annulment treats the marriage as if it never existed.
How do you end a de facto relationship in Victoria?
You can apply to revoke a registered relationship. The death of either party or the marriage of either party in the registered relationship (to each other or another person) will automatically revoke the registered relationship. You'll need to wait 90 days after you've applied before the relationship can be revoked.