Translation of null in Spanish:

null

Pronunciation: /nʌl/

adj

  • 1.1 (not binding) [Law] to declare sth null and void declarar nulo algo to render sth null and void anular or invalidar algo
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    • He is complaining against an order issued in favour of the respondent which ruled that a power of attorney issued by the complainant in favour of an English firm of solicitors for litigation against the respondent was null and void.
    • It is of some interest perhaps that in the defence filed one of the grounds on which the lease is said to have been null and void is that it contained the consent of the second mortgagee.
    • Counsel for ING submitted that once it is proven there was a breach and there was a loss arising out of the welding, the policy is null and void.
    1.2 (ineffectual) anodino

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