Sometimes, there are persons who want to (or need to) remarry on an urgent basis.
And they would have heard that in a divorce, the court will grant an interim judgment before the final judgment.
Because of this, they want to know whether they can remarry after getting the interim judgment.
The answer is, No, the final judgment is required.
Once you have the final judgment in hand, you can immediately apply to the Registry of Marriages ("ROM").
(A gentle reminder: You will have to file a notice of marriage at the ROM.)
The above is not legal advice and should not be taken as such.
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