Legal Definition and Related Resources of Invalid
Meaning of Invalid
Void; of no effect ; null and void; not of binding force or legal obligation .
Invalid Alternative Definition
Not valid; of no binding force.
Synonyms of Invalid
- having no force
- lacking authority
- lacking force
- lacking strength
- not binding
- without legal efficacy
- Associated Concepts: invalid delegation
- invalid gift
- invalid transfer
- invalid willforeign phrases: Ab abusu ad usum non valet consequentia
- A conclusion as to the use of a thing from its abuse is invalid
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Etimology of Invalid
of no legal force, 1630s, from special use of Latin invalidus “not strong, weak, feeble” (see invalid (adj.1)).