Nullity

• (n.) The quality or state of being null; nothingness; want of efficacy or force. • (n.) Nonexistence; as, a decree of nullity of marriage is a decree that no legal marriage exists. • (n.) That which is null. • (n.) That which is null. • (n.) Nonexistence; as, a decree of nullity of marriage is a decree that no legal marri...
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nullity

noun something that is null (especially an enactment that has no legal validity)
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Nullity

Nul'li·ty noun ; plural Nullities . [ Late Latin nullitias , from Latin nullus none: confer French nullité . See Null .] 1. The quality or state of being null; nothingness; want of efficacy or force. 2. (Law) Nonexistence; as, a dec...
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Nullity

Application to the Court for a declaration that a marriage be declared 'void' or be annulled i.e. declared never to have existed or to have subsisted until the Court dissolved it
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nullity

n. something which may be treated as nothing, as if it did not exist or never happened. This can occur by court ruling or enactment of a statute. The most common example is a nullity of a marriage by a court judgment.
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Nullity

n.It means smething that never happened has no value or legal significance.Any contract ,marriage or a proceeding can be declared null and void bacause of having no legal force.
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Nullity

Something which may be treated as nothing, as if it did not exist or never happened. This can occur by court ruling or enactment of a statute. The most common example is a nullity of a marriage by a court judgment. (See also: annulment)
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nullity

the state of being null or void
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