nullity

nullity
nullity (n.) 1560s, from Fr. nullité (14c.) or directly from M.L. nullitalis, from L. nullus "not any" (see NULL (Cf. null)).

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  • nullity — nul·li·ty / nə lə tē/ n pl ties 1: the quality or state of being null 2: an act, proceeding, or contract void of legal effect compare impediment absolute nullity in the civil law of Louisiana: a contract or act considered void by virtue of a… …   Law dictionary

  • Nullity — may refer to: Nullity (conflict), a legal declaration that no marriage had ever come into being Nullity, the dimension of the null space of a mathematical operator or matrix Nullity (graph theory), the nullity of the oriented incidence matrix of… …   Wikipedia

  • nullity — nul‧li‧ty [ˈnʌlti] noun [countable usually singular] nullities PLURALFORM LAW a document, statement, contract etc that has no legal force and is therefore considered not to have existed: • The appellant s case was supported, and the decision by… …   Financial and business terms

  • Nullity — Nul li*ty (n[u^]l l[i^]*t[y^]), n.; pl. {Nullities}. [LL. nullitias, fr. L. nullus none: cf. F. nullit[ e] . See {Null}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The quality or state of being null; nothingness; want of efficacy or force. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law)… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nullity — ► NOUN (pl. nullities) 1) the state of being null. 2) a thing that is null …   English terms dictionary

  • nullity — [nul′ə tē] n. [Fr nullité < ML nullitas] 1. the state or fact of being null 2. pl. nullities anything that is null, as an act that has no legal force …   English World dictionary

  • nullity — Nothing; no proceeding; an act or proceeding in a cause which the opposite party may treat as though it had not taken place, or which has absolutely no legal force or effect @ nullity of marriage The entire invalidity of a supposed, pretended, or …   Black's law dictionary

  • nullity — noun a) the state of being null, or void, or invalid (e.g. nullity of marriage) b) A void act; a defective proceeding or one expressly declared by statute to be a nullity …   Wiktionary

  • nullity — nul|li|ty [ˈnʌlıti] n [U] law the fact that a marriage or contract no longer has any legal force ▪ a decree of nullity …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • nullity — noun (U) law the fact that a marriage or contract no longer has any legal force: a decree of nullity …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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