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nul·li·ty

 (nŭl′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. nul·li·ties
1. The state or quality of being null.
2. Something that is null, especially an act having no legal validity.
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nullity

(ˈnʌlɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. the state of being null
2. (Law) a null or legally invalid act or instrument
3. something null, ineffective, characterless, etc
[C16: from Medieval Latin nullitās, from Latin nullus no, not any]
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nul•li•ty

(ˈnʌl ɪ ti)

n., pl. -ties.
1. the state or quality of being null; nothingness; invalidity.
2. something null.
3. something of no legal force or validity.
[1560–70; < Medieval Latin nūllitās. See null, -ity]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nullity - the state of nonexistence
nonentity, nonexistence - the state of not existing
thin air - nowhere to be found in a giant void; "it vanished into thin air"
2.nullity - something that is null (especially an enactment that has no legal validity)
act, enactment - a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body
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nullity

noun invalidity, voidness, non-legality When there has been no legal marriage a judge may pronounce a decree of nullity.
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Translations

nullity

[ˈnʌlɪtɪ] Nnulidad f
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nullity

n (Jur) → Ungültigkeit f, → Nichtigkeit f
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nullity

[ˈnʌlɪtɪ] nnullità
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References in periodicals archive ?
Compliance with the theory of nullities, the relative nullity cannot be forward but only in a certain time, only certain persons can cover limit and it covered by the confirmation of the act.
Admission of true nullities should rather lead to ascertaining with greater seriousness at the time of the marriage the necessary prerequisites for matrimony, especially those concerning the consent and true disposition of the engaged couple.
The dimensions of the associated linear systems, the nullities of the (1,1) blocks, and the iteration counts are given in Table 3.4.