Definitions of "void"
  1. Refers to a situation or condition that cannot be recognized by law or has no legal consequences
  2. To pronounce or render something as ineffective or unable to be legally upheld
How to use "void" in a sentence
  1. A contract can be declared void if it involves illegal activities.
  2. If there is a serious error in the paperwork, the court can void the entire process.
  3. The court found a clause in the contract to be discriminatory and chose to void it.

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