- n the state of nonexistence
- n something that is null (especially an enactment that has no legal validity)
- However, before marrying Radziwill, Lee had already applied for a decree of nullity from the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, which handles some cases involving mixed .
- For a Roman Catholic couple who want to end a rocky marriage, there has been only one avenue within the church: a decree of nullity.
- If the cases of nullity from coercion, outside of China and Africa, are more frequent among the wealthy than the poor, that is because selling into marriage is more common .
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- Petition for Fitchburg property-taxes limit withdrawn
FITCHBURG -- A petition calling for a 2.24 percent limit on new property taxes was withdrawn by the Finance Committee after the city solicitor said the petition would "in effect, be a nullity.
Nov. 15, 2013 - Sentinel & Enterprise
- Tendai Biti in SW Radio Africa
Biti wrote: "Given the fact that the SADC resolution is a nullity and has not been rescinded, it is then difficult for any of the parties to move in any direction for fear of legitimising the SADC Summit ruling".
- Paul Pfeifer in Cincinnati Post
The majority today allows the General Assembly, through the manipulation of its adjournment, to effectively render a governor's veto power a nullity,Pfeifer wrote.
- Arlen Specter in FOXNews
Presidential signing statements can render the legislative process a virtual nullity, making it completely unpredictable how certain laws will be enforced,Specter said. "This legislation reinforces the system of checks and balances and...