Annulment is a legal process in which a court essentially determines the parties were never legally married to begin with and the marriage is null and void. Annulments are not often granted, but grounds for doing so include if one party is incapable of consent, due to mental state or intoxication, fraud about some aspect of the marriage, or a failure to consummate the marriage. Annulments are regulated by state law.
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