A revocable marriage refers to a marriage under coercion. The party under coercion or the party whose personal freedom is illegally restricted may request the marriage registration authority or the people s court to cancel the marriage.
According to Article 11 of the Marriage Law, a request by a party under coercion to revoke a marriage shall be filed within one year from the date of marriage registration. It was filed within one year from the date on which no revocation request was made after that time limit, and the marriage was deemed valid.
Applicants must go through the application procedures at the original marriage registry. Provide your personal hukou, identity card, marriage certificate, written application for marriage revocation, certificate of abduction, rescue by the public security organ, or a judgment issued by the people s court that can prove that the party was under duress.
The parties provide documents and supporting documents: my identity card, marriage certificate; written application for the cancellation of the marriage; a certificate issued by the public security organ for the party s trafficking, rescue, or a judgment issued by a people s court that can prove that the party was coerced into marriage.