voidable

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Etymology[edit]

void +‎ -able

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voidable

  1. capable of being voided or made void.
    a voidable contract
    a voidable transaction
    • 2016 November 14, David Jeremiah Barron writing for the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Dyer v. Wells Fargo (case 15-2421)[1]:
      [] an assignment made in contravention of such a trust agreement is at most voidable at the option of the parties to the trust agreement, not void as a matter of law.
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