Fraud is one of the many grounds to have a marriage annulled. However, the alleged misrepresentation or concealment must have been "vital to the relationship," directly affecting the purpose of the deceived party in consenting to the marriage. In other words, one party’s misrepresentation induced the other party to marry.
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