Subjects who have the right to declare a marriage invalid to a people s court for a marriage application that has been registered for marriage, including the parties to the marriage and interested parties, in accordance with Article 10 of the Marriage Law. Stakeholders include:
(2) An applicant who declares that the marriage is invalid because he or she has a medically-unreasonable disease and has not been cured after marriage is a close relative who lives with the patient.
If the interested party applies to the people s court to declare the marriage invalid according to the provisions of Article 10 of the Marriage Law, the interested party shall be the applicant and the parties to the marriage relationship shall be the respondent. If one spouse dies, the surviving party is the respondent. If both spouses have died, the respondent is not listed.
Invalid marriage, also known as invalid marriage, refers to the system that does not have the legal effect of marriage because of the combination of men and women who do not have the statutory or essential elements of marriage. A marriage that does not have legal effect due to lack of legal requirements for the establishment of a marriage. Including invalid marriage and marriage that can be revoked, the former is of course invalid from the beginning, and the latter needs to go through legal proceedings to lose the validity of the marriage from the date of the declaration of revocation.
(2) Where a party applies to the people s court to declare the marriage invalid according to the provisions of Article 10 of the Marriage Law, the people s court will not support it when the statutory invalid marriage situation has disappeared.
Therefore, it is also important that these people introduced in the above can confirm the invalid marriage. After all, marriage is a matter of life. When we encounter an invalid marriage, we must request confirmation in accordance with the law in order to safeguard our legitimate rights and interests.