In 14 January 2014, the Supreme Court declared that a man was eligible to challenge the validity of paternity (claiming such acknowledgement to be void) notwithstanding the fact that he voluntarily acknowledged paternity of a child with knowing no blood relationship between them at the time of the acknowledgement of paternity but he was interpreted as an interested person of section 786 (Section 786 of the civil Code: A child or any other interested person may assert opposing facts against an acknowledgement) despite of section 785 stipulating that a father or a mother who has given acknowledgement may not rescind that acknowledgement). The Supreme Court made a similar decision in 28 March 2014.
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