- the act of voiding.
- annulment, as of a contract.
- vacancy, as of a benefice.
Origin of voidance
1350–1400; Middle English, aphetic variant of avoidance
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Examples from the Web for voidance
But such voidance must not be confounded with the voidance of a treaty from its very beginning; see above, 501.International Law. A Treatise. Volume I (of 2)
Lassa Francis Oppenheim
But Arden, risking the discovery of her voidance of the campus prohibition, kept on her rather perilous way.The Orchard Secret</p>
- an annulment, as of a contract
- the condition of being vacant, as an office, benefice, etc
- the act of voiding, ejecting, or evacuating
C14: variant of avoidance
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