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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 3. Property; Family § 580-21

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The family court, by a decree of nullity, may declare void the marriage contract for any of the following causes, existing at the time of the marriage:

(1) That the parties stood in relation to each other of ancestor and descendant of any degree whatsoever, brother and sister of the half as well as the whole blood, uncle and niece, aunt and nephew, whether the relationship is the result of the issue of parents married or not married to each other;

(2) That the parties, or either of them, had not attained the legal age of marriage;

(3) That the husband had an undivorced wife living, or the wife had an undivorced husband living;

(4) That one of the parties lacked the mental capacity to consent to the marriage;

(5) That consent to the marriage of the party applying for annulment was obtained by force, duress, or fraud, and there has been no subsequent cohabitation; and

(6) That one of the parties was a sufferer of or afflicted with any loathsome disease and the fact was concealed from, and unknown to, the party applying for annulment.

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