Definition of "defeasible"
  1. Something that can be nullified or made invalid
How to use "defeasible" in a sentence
  1. The court ruled the previous agreement was defeasible due to a lack of proper documentation.
  2. If the lease agreement is deemed defeasible, it could cause serious issues for the tenants of the building.
  3. Owing to suspected fraudulent activity, the police argued for the contract to be considered defeasible.

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