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void

 [void]
double void a technique of bladder training useful for those with urinary retention; the patient is taught to urinate, relax for five minutes, and repeat urination. A patient who is performing glucose examinations of the urine should test the second specimen.

void

(voyd),
To evacuate urine or feces.

void

(void)
v.
To excrete body wastes.
adj.
Containing no matter; empty.

void

verb To urinate

void

(voyd)
To evacuate urine or feces.

Void

To empty the bladder.
Mentioned in: Bed-Wetting

void

(voyd)
To evacuate urine or feces.
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Such 'infirmities,' if that is what they are, could only make the assignment voidable, rather than void; therefore, under Massachusetts law, Maxwell is without standing to challenge them.
be voidable at any stage even years after the marriage, if either party
The latest potential issue for a DAPT is the proposed Uniform Voidable Transaction Act ("UVTA") that was adopted by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in 2014.
This Note analyzes the consequences of issuing invalid debt by examining the voidable debt situations in both the Detroit bankruptcy and The Puerto Rican Debt Crisis.
Any provision of a contract that violates this new law is voidable by the employee, the dispute will be adjudicated in California under California law and the employee is entitled to recover reasonable attorneys' fees incurred enforcing Sec.
So, where did the notion of a "voidable" contract come from?
(Safta-Romano, 1997: 110) As we have already mentioned above, the consent should be free, not defective, as a contract entered into by error, malice or violence is voidable and if the consent does not exist at all, then the contract shall be null and void.
Any Hindu marriage could be declared voidable by a decree of nullity on the grounds that the consent of the petitioner was obtained by force, coercion or fraud, the parties are in prohibited relationship or have a spouse living at the time of marriage, the respondent was pregnant by some person other than the petitioner or the marriage has not been consummated owing to impotence of the respondent.
The district court granted summary judgment for the insurers, finding that the first policy was voidable because Guam Industrial had failed to maintain the warranty on the dock.
Because the transfer was fraudulent, the court further found that under the Nebraska UFTA, the transfer was voidable and that the IRS could have the transfer voided and could recover the amount necessary to satisfy its claim (i.e., the tax and penalties owed due to the land sale, which were $145,923 and $58,369, respectively).
The indefinite duration of the agreement makes it voidable, Vann wrote.
Some courts, of course, have recognized this problem and have sought to find a middle ground by distinguishing between void and voidable assignments.