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date: 02 July 2020

decree nisi 

Source:
A Dictionary of Law
Author(s):
Jonathan LawJonathan Law

A conditional decree of divorce, nullity, or presumption of death. For most purposes the parties to the marriage are still married until the decree is made absolute. During the period between decree nisi and decree absolute the Queen’s Proctor or any member of the public may intervene to prevent the decree being made absolute and the decree may be rescinded if obtained by fraud.... ...

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