A High Court judgment held that the Rabbinical Courts are not authorized to make any stipulations with regard to the marriage of spouses where one of them is Jewish and the other is not. even if they applied to the Rabbinical Court by consent. This is so since the Rabbinical Courts treats such a marriage as void ab initio under Jewish Law and does not examine the foreign law. Accordingly, there is a concern that even should the Rabbinical Court declare the marriage to be void, the parties would still be married to each other pursuant to the foreign law. Therefore, an application should be made to the Family Court to order the dissolution of the marriage, while examining the applicable law of each of the parties.