make null and void

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  • null and void — ˌnull and ˈvoid adjective [not before a noun] LAW a contract, agreement etc that is null and void has no effect because it is against the law: • The judge declared this agreement null and void because it contravened an earlier ruling of the… …   Financial and business terms

  • render null and void — I verb abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, countermand, deprive of legal force, disown, dissolve, frustrate, invalidate, make useless, make valueless, negate, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, offset, override, overrule, overturn, renege, renounce,… …   Law dictionary

  • void — 1 / vȯid/ adj 1: of no force or effect under law a void marriage 2: voidable void·ness n void 2 vt: to make or declar …   Law dictionary

  • void — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, deep, great, large ▪ endless, huge, massive ▪ aching …   Collocations dictionary

  • void — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abbreviate, abnegate, abolish, abridge, abrogate, absence, abysm, abyss, acreage, annihilate, annul, area, arroyo, bankrupt in, bare, bare of, barren, bereft of, bland, blank, blankness, bleached, blot out,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • null — /nul/, adj. 1. without value, effect, consequence, or significance. 2. being or amounting to nothing; nil; lacking; nonexistent. 3. Math. (of a set) a. empty. b. of measure zero. 4. being or amounting to zero. 5. null and void, without legal… …   Universalium

  • void — void1 [vɔıd] n [singular] 1.) a feeling of great sadness that you have when someone you love dies or when something is taken from you ▪ Running the business helped to fill the void after his wife died. 2.) a situation in which something important …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • void — 1 adjective 1 law a contract or official agreement that is void is not legal and has no effect; null and void 2 be void of formal to completely lack something: Her eyes were void of all expression. 2 noun (countable usually singular) 1 a feeling… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • void — 1. adjective /vɔɪd/ a) Having lost all legal validity null and void b) That does not return a value. In particular, the roll method is void it has no return value. 2. noun /vɔɪd/ …   Wiktionary

  • void — /vɔɪd/ adjective not legally valid ♦ the contract was declared null and void the contract was said to be no longer valid ■ verb ♦ to void a contract to make a contract invalid …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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