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invalidate
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
remove the legal force of something; or render something ineffective — especially an argument
  • If the handwritten will were to be invalidated, the money would revert to the family under the prior will, and all those lawyers would take a cut.
    p. 292.5
  • He's convinced the white folks around here will conspire to invalidate the will and keep the money.
    p. 254.2
  • The Supreme Court invalidated the last will on the grounds of undue influence, and gave as a significant reason the fact that the "surprise beneficiary" had been so involved in the making of the new will.
    p. 298.9

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