void adjective Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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void

adjective
 
 
/vɔɪd/ LAW
having no legal force and therefore unacceptable: The judge declared the contract void. The election was declared void and a new one will take place in October.
void ab initio having no legal force from the beginning: The agreement was declared void ab initio because he was under the legal age when he signed it.
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