Not legally in force.
Not producing any effect; ineffectual; vain.
To render void; to make to be of no validity or effect; to vacate; to annul; to nullify.
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Something that has no legal force from the start.
having no legal force or binding effect. Incurable.
Void. Any transaction that is not being used will be shown as a Void. A transaction may be voided during the sales week or at any time prior to the reporting deadline. A Void status means the transaction is invalidated and the sale is reversed.
Commission reversal for a sale that is later rescinded by the Merchant. This may be because the Merchant believes the sale to be fraudulent or a duplicate transaction or for returned merchandise.
To cancel a transaction that has been authorized but not yet settled. Settled transactions require to be processed as a refund.
Having no legal force; ineffectual; unenforceable; unable, in law, to support the purpose for which it was intended.
Of no legal force or effect; often used in reference to an invalid Disbursement.
an adjective meaning that something is not valid or is without authority.Something void also refers to something that cannot be enforced.
An agreement which is totally absent of legal effect.
declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
take away the legal force of or render ineffective; "invalidateas a contract"
lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void"
an attainment, it is something
a transaction within the Boat Registration Information and Titling System that involves reversing prior transactions which involve changes to money
A charge type that cancels a previous transaction. That transaction will not appear on the buyer's credit card bill.
Transactions used to cancel original charge transactions not yet submitted for settlement. To execute voids merchants must submit the transaction ID of the original charge transaction against which they are submitting the void.
Has no legal effect. A contract that is void is a nullity and confers no right or duties.
without legal force or effect; not binding by law
To cancel a payment transaction. Merchants can void transactions prior to settlement. Once the transaction has settled, the merchant has to perform a return or credit to reverse the charges and credit the customer's card.
A term used to describe a policy contract that is completely free of all legal effect.
A transaction that reverses an unreconciled transaction.
Of no legal effect. A nullity.
Invalid; a void agreement is one for which there is no remedy.
1) Invalid, not legally binding. 2) An insurance contract that is prohibited by law and thus cannot be held to be a valid contract.
The act of canceling a contract back to the original inception date. Effectively, the contract is rendered null, having no legal force or binding effect.
Having no binding effect or legal force; null.
Null, not legally enforceable.
Having no legal force or binding effect; a nullity; not enforceable. A void agreement is no contract at all. A void contract need not be disaffirmed, nor can it be ratified. A contract for an illegal purpose (for example, gambling) is void. A voidable contract is one that is able to be voided. Voidable implies a valid act that may be rejected by an act of disaffirmance, rather than an invalid act that may be confirmed. For example, if a minor contracts to buy a diamond ring, the contract can be voided by the minor because of lack of sufficient age. If, however, the minor elects to enforce the contract, the contract is valid and the other party cannot assert the minor's lack of age as a defense.s
To have no force or effect; that which is unenforceable.
Binding on no-one, constituting a nullity. Something which is conclusively of no effect, the defect of which is not subject to being waived, revitalized or cured by confirmation or ratification.
the refusal of the buyerâ€(tm)s payment after successfully passed authorization. The transactions, marked as Void, are not included into the batch and are not presented to further payment.
Gen 1:2; Num 30:12,13,15; Deut 38:8; 1 Kin 22:10; 2 Chr 18:9; Ps 89:39; Ps 119:126; Prov 7:7; Prov 11:12; Is 55:11; Jer 4:23; Nah 2:10; Acts 24:16; Rom 3:31; 1 Cor 9:15] 1. empty; vacant; not occupied with matter. 2. Having no legal or binding force; null; not effectual to bind parties, or to support a right. 3. free; clear; as, a conscience void of offense. 4. destitute; as, void of learning; void of reason or common sense. 5. unsubstantial; vain. 6. to render useless or of no effect.
Legally without merit.
invalid with no result
Something which has no legal force from the start.
Used in referring to a contract, insurance or otherwise, when it is no longer valid. Also, null, ineffectual; having no legal force or binding effect; unable (in law) to support the purpose for which intended.
A bet which is declared invalid, is a void bet, e.g a horse declared as a non-runner.
Having no legal effect; null.
A transaction that has been deleted or replaced by another.
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Having no legal force or effect; unenforceable.
Transactions of this type are used to cancel original charge transactions that have not yet been submitted for batch settlement. For this type of transaction, the merchant must submit the transaction ID of the original charge transaction against which the Void is being submitted. No further action may be taken for Void transactions. To cancel a transaction that has already settled, a refund must be submitted.
No legal force validity.
Having no legal force or effect; legally invalid.
Null, i.e. of no effect; e.g. contravention of a condition may give the insurer the option to void a policy or decline liability for a claim.
The reversal of an approved transaction, a transaction that has been authorized but not settled. Settled transactions require processing of a credit card in order to be reversed. A void does not remove any hold on the customer's open to buy.
Of no legal effect Related links: Annulment Contracts
Something that is unenforceable.
Something that is void has no validity or effect under the law meaning it is null. For example, a contract can be rendered void.
A transaction which is void is treated as if it had never taken place and had no effect. A voidable transaction can be terminated and will be treated as void at that stage but would be effective until the occurrence of the matter which makes it void.
That which is unenforceable; having no force or effect.
having no legal standing
A policy contract that for some reason specified in the policy becomes free of all legal effect. One example under which a policy could be voided is when information a policyholder provided is proven untrue.
Of no force; null.
or void ab initio Not legally binding. A document that is void is useless and worthless; as if it did not exist.For example, in many countries, contracts for immoral purposes are said to be "void":unenforceable and not recognized by the courts. A good example is a contract to commit a serious crime such as murder.
In law, void means of no legal effect. The latin phrase, void ab initio means to be treated as invalid from the outset. An action, document or transaction which is void is of no legal effect whatseover; an absolute nullity.