- The act of nullifying, making ineffective, or invalidating something
- Intentionally marking or altering a document or text, such as a will, to render it ineffective
- Render a negotiable instrument, like a check or contract, useless by intentionally marking or altering its content or signature
- The procedure of marking a check to indicate that the bank has finished the payment process
- Withdrawing the promise to fulfill an obligation in a letter of credit, making it non-binding
- The act of ceasing a contract, abolishing all its effects and obligations
- Discharging one party of a contract from any remaining responsibilities, effectively ending the contract
- Stopping a contract according to specific provisions due to a breach by the other party
- Ending a lease contract due to the other party's failure to meet their obligations or defaults
- The action of ending an insurance policy before its due term, usually following the guidelines set in the policy
- The bank will cancel the check once the payment has been finalized and cleared.
- If the leaseholder defaults on their payments, the landlord has the right to cancel the lease agreement.
- The company decided to cancel the insurance policy as it was no longer needed.