A decree nisi (non-absolute judgment) is a judgment of a court that has no force until a particular condition is fulfilled. Once the condition is met, the judgment becomes an absolute decree and is binding. As a general rule, the condition is that no new evidence or petition be brought to court with a charge for the case. This form of decision-making has become rare in recent times, with one exception, it remains a standard level of divorce proceedings in some jurisdictions. This gives any party who refuses the divorce time to make these objections. It is also sometimes called the nisi rule. Copy Divorce Act of Altrincham Copy Certificate of Divorce of Ashton-under-Lyne Copy Divorce Certificate of Blackrod Copy Divorce Certificate of Bolton Copy Divorce Act of Bury Copy Divorce Act of Dukinfield Copy Divorce Certificate of Eccles Copy of The Divorce Certificate of Heywood Copy Divorce Act of Horwich Copy Divorce Certificate one of the spouses. It can be contrasted by an annulment, which is a declaration that a marriage is annulled while the effects of marriage can be recognized in such associations, such as spousal assistance or support, custody of children, custody of children and distribution of property.