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unenforceable

(ˌʌnɪnˈfɔːsəbəl)
adj
not able to be imposed or enforced
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Adj.1.unenforceable - not enforceable; not capable of being brought about by compulsion; "an unenforceable law"; "unenforceable reforms"
enforceable - capable of being enforced
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Translations

unenforceable

adj lawnicht durchsetzbar; policyundurchführbar
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Accordingly, lost profits are not recoverable for a fraudulent inducement claim when they are based on the provisions of an unenforceable contract.<br />CGI argues the terms of the amended teaming agreement cannot be used to limit recovery of fraud damages.
An English statute signed by Queen Anne in 1710 states that gambling debts are unenforceable under the common law; therefore, anyone who lends money knowing it will be used for gambling is making an unenforceable contract. The statute "basically [means] it's unlawful to provide loans for gambling in the state of California," said Rothken.
They cover equity and non-monetary remedies; principles of damages; restitution; harms to interests in tangible property; interference with economic rights; invasion of civil rights and dignitary interests; personal injury and death; fraud and misrepresentation; duress, undue influence, and unconscionable conduct; mistake in contracting and gift transactions; remedies for breach of contract; and unenforceable contracts and restitution.