null and void
Examples of null and void in a Sentence
public disclosure of the terms of the out-of-court settlement renders it null and void
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The resolution at the center of Thursday's vote states that any decision to change the status of Jerusalem is null and void, has no legal effect and must be rescinded.
According to the New York Times, the United Nations General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to declare President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital null and void.
Citing irregularities in how the election commission tallied and reported the Aug. 8 vote, the Supreme Court on Friday declared the results null and void and said a new election had to be held within two months.
The church must occupy the location within three months or the special use permit becomes null and void.
Beijing angrily rejected the ruling as null and void.
Brainard said the city's agreement to purchase the antique carousel from Centreville Island amusement park in Toronto is now null and void.
Currently, 800,000 immigrants enjoy DACA protection, but if Congress votes to overturn the order or discontinue the program without replacement in six months, that protection will be null and void.
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory was declared null and void.
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