My brother lived with one lady from 1980 and separated themselves on 9-10-2000 after executing a marriage cancellation deed and got registered on 4-1-2001. In that deed they had stated that they had married as per the existng customs and separating themselves and they had no children. After that my brother in 2002 had married another. Please clrify whether the Marriage cancellation deed is sufficient to marry another without getting legal separation orders from the Courts.
No that is not sufficient, the marriage can be dissolved by decree of divorce from the Family Court. Both parties should move joint petition for divorce by mutual consent and get the marriage disolved by a proper procedure.
U tell they have cancelled marriage on 4-1-2001.it has completed 18yrs.so be quiet why do u enrage the wound it may cause septic.whether she has remarried .any trouble arises. Both of them R matured or not..
Your saying that "legal seperation order" is axiomatic that you know the cancellation deed is not equal to legal seperation. If you don't have any problem now then why to scratch it. But if you apprihend that in future your brother's ex wife could question the diveorce then the answer is "yes". Since you are not legally seperated but the deed duly registered in the presence of witnesses can be your defense as that will be evidance for your mutual seperation. The loose ends have tendancy to entagle and may and may bother you if not fixed properly.