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If the couple agree that the marriage was not consummated then the court will accept their word. I trust this assists
Probably a few months due to the backlog of cases in the courts, no they are unlikely to need to go to court. Yes one solicitor is fine as they are in agreement. I trust this assists
Well it will be admitted that they did not consummate the marriage i.e. did not have sex. Men do not usually agree to the annulment on this ground as it is perhaps emasculating to them to admit they did not have intercourse with their wife but they can do it. I trust this assists
No they will just take the couples word for it. One has to be a petitioner and one has to be a respondent they can agree but one still has to apply. I trust this assists
Yes. If the marriage is annulled she cannot apply because it is as if the marriage never happened. The annulment will be endorsed by the court. I trust this assists
No nothing extra I trust this assists
You do not need to add anything but if you wish you can just say the marriage was not consummated. I trust this assists
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No the court will not go into that exercise. I trust this assists
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