Definition of "unenforceable"
  1. Refers to any agreement, clause, condition, or term that cannot be upheld or imposed by a court
How to use "unenforceable" in a sentence
  1. Because of the illegal actions involved in their agreement, it was deemed unenforceable by the court.
  2. The rental agreement had an unenforceable clause that tried to restrict the tenant's right to privacy.
  3. While the non-compete clause may seem intimidating, these are often found to be unenforceable in certain states.

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