Omerdic, Ibrahim v Angland, Jessica [2018] VSC 174

JUDICIAL REVIEW AND APPEALS
Judgment type: 
Supreme Court of Victoria
Judge(s): 
Keogh J
Parties: 

Omerdic, Ibrahim v Angland, Jessica

Judgment Date: 
13 April 2018
Catchwords: 

JUDICIAL REVIEW AND APPEALS - Appeal from Magistrates' Court on questions of law - Finding the Appellant solemnised a marriage he had reason to believe would be void - s 100 of the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) (the Act) - Was the religious ceremony performed by the Appellant completed - Was the ceremony solemnised according to a form and ceremony recognised as sufficient for marriage by the Appellant's religious body - Section 45(1) of the Act - Did the Appellant intend to solemnise a marriage pursuant to the Act - Circumstantial case - Were there inferences consistent with innocence - Knight v R (1992) 175 CLR 495 - Jones v Dunkel (1959) 101 CLR 298.

Citation: 
[2018] VSC 174