Invalidating mother inlaw
Some matters have become clear- others have had to learn the hard way!Highly intelligent and just as opinionated, Imogen Stewart is kind, caring, and forthright, but something of an outsider.Imogen is also referred to as a Year 6, using an old system where Year 7s are reffered to as first years, but this is not to be confused with the current system of year groups.If she was in year 6, Christine Mulgrew (Connor's mother and head teacher) or Imogen's mother could have simply invalidated her marriage to Connor, as they would not have been old enough.But does that hold in this case, where the remarried woman’s marriage is legally invalid?Chiyya believes that it does not; the is legally equivalent to a divorce, and a woman who has been divorced is legally ineligible to marry a priest.Yet in Yevamot 11b, the rabbis acknowledge that such a couple might remarry even though they weren’t supposed to.
Jewish law, for example, forbids a man to remarry a woman he has previously divorced; such a relationship is termed an “abomination” in Deuteronomy.
Before her relationship with Connor, Imogen appeared not to have many friends and was a minor character in the series.
But she has now been given a much more key role and her outspokenness and has incredibly strong views on some situations.
She is between the ages of 16 and 18 and is seen in series 9 to be in the year group who are currently applying to university.
This implies she is of the age 17 or 18, however in a place referred to as comprehensive school this is difficult to judge.