absolute nullity

Definition of "absolute nullity"
  1. A contract or act that is deemed to be void in Louisiana's civil law due to a violation of public order, interest, law, or morals
How to use "absolute nullity" in a sentence
  1. In the property sales agreement, the clause concealing the foundational damage was deemed an absolute nullity, voiding the contract.
  2. The agreement had an absolute nullity clause due to a violation against public morals, which ultimately rendered the contract unenforceable.
  3. Due to an infringement on public law, the covenant was found to be an absolute nullity.

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