The Marriage Law stipulates that a request by a coerced party to revoke a marriage shall be filed within one year from the date of marriage registration, and a party whose personal liberty is restricted to request the marriage to be revoked shall be filed within one year from the date of restoration of personal freedom. The one-year period for canceling a marriage stipulated in the Marriage Law cannot be suspended, interrupted, or extended. Therefore, the party applying for the cancellation of the marriage must submit an application to the marriage registration authority or the court in a timely manner. If the time limit is exceeded, their rights will be lost.
The Marriage Law of our country stipulates that if a marriage is coerced, the party under coercion may apply to the marriage registration authority or the people s court to cancel the marriage. In other words, the coerced party can revoke the marriage. What are the qualifications of a person who applies for revocation of marriage, and who can apply for revocation of marriage?
The applicant who has the right to apply for the revocation of the marriage can only be the coerced party among the parties to the marriage. The coerced party cannot truly express their wishes when they get married, and the marriage relationship between the two parties is against her or her will. While the other party was not intimidated when they got married, his intention to enter into a marriage relationship with the other party was true. Therefore, the other party did not have the right to cancel the marriage relationship between the two parties. The close relatives of the parties to the coercion have no right to apply for revocation of the marriage relationship. This is because revocable marriage violates the principle of voluntary marriage, and whether the marriage is an expression of their true meaning. Instead of intimidating the parties to make a meaning of whether to enter into a marriage relationship.
An irrevocable marriage refers to a marriage in which one party is under coercion. According to the Marriage Law, if a marriage is coerced, the party under coercion may apply to the marriage registration authority or the people s court to cancel the marriage. Coercion here refers to the situation where the perpetrator threatens to cause damage to the life, physical health, reputation, property, etc. of the other party or his close relatives, forcing the other party to marry against his true will.