voidable

adjective void·able \ ˈvȯi-də-bəl \

Definition of voidable

: capable of being voided; specifically : capable of being adjudged void
  • a voidable contract

voidableness

noun

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First Known Use of voidable

15th century


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voidable

adjective void·able \ ˈvȯi-də-bəl \

legal Definition of voidable

: capable of being voided; specifically : subject to being declared void when one party is wronged by the other
  • a voidable contract

voidability

\ˌvȯi-də-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun

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