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void

Without any legal effect from the very beginning.Sometimes written as “void ab initio.”A contract by one who has been judged mentally incompetent is void. Contrast with voidable, which is something able to be set aside,should the party so chose.

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Party Agents were made to decide if a ballot paper is void or not and there were no voided votes or the voided votes were minimal.
Inclusion criteria for participation in this study required that participants were able to communicate, be between 8 to 14 years of age, voided volume not 50% more or less than the age related expected bladder capacity, and no constipation.
To evaluate the flexural performance of the voided slab specimens, the test specimens were simply supported as shown in Figure 2, and four-point bending tests were conducted.
In addition, a lower court judge recently voided as against public policy an agreement (referred to as a "stipulation" in the decision) whereby a landlord agreed, in exchange for a substantial increase in rent, to forebear in commencing a non-primary residence proceeding against the tenant.
Kapoor not only declares the necessity of both properties (a sculpture that looked completely soft and was all smooth would seem unreal, and one in which solidity had been completely voided would not exist), but foregrounds the enigma of their inseparability and interplay.
Addressing journalists on Monday in Abuja, the Director General of the Agency, Dr Garba Abari said it was at this backdrop that the Agency would be flagging off sensitisation sessions against voided votes in the 774 local governments across the country.
The urinary maximum flow rate, average flow rate, voided volume (Greater than or =150 ml), voiding time, flow time and time to void values were evaluated.
The algorithm identified the need for intervention when patients voided less than 300 ml.
Coral Dave Stevens: "All bets placed prior to the final declaration stage last Thursday stand, but bets placed after 10am on Thursday are voided."
Problems with continence control are, of course, commonplace in nursing facilities, and so, too, is the usual response: Apply today's highly engineered incontinence pads or undergarments to protect the resident's skin from voided urine or stool until staff has a chance to change them.
Many building owners are unaware that the warranty they receive on their building's roof can be voided if proper steps are not taken to ensure the maintenance of their roofs and to implement specific documentation procedures.