capable of being nullified or invalidated.
Law. capable of being made or adjudged void.
- void·a·ble·ness, noun
- non·void·a·ble, adjective
- un·void·a·ble, adjective
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How to use voidable in a sentence
The effect of a canonical disability as such was to make the marriage not void but voidable.
And the question arises, whether this contract is governed by the Common Law, so as to be voidable when made by a minor.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 1 (of 20) | Charles Sumner
His entering the partnership agreement is not void, but voidable.Commercial Law | Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
An infant's contracts of pledge, like any of its contracts are voidable, but not void.
At common law a contract entered into under duress is voidable at the option of one of the parties.
British Dictionary definitions for voidable
capable of being voided
capable of being made of no legal effect or made void
- voidableness, noun
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