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Null and Void:
"Null and void" means that something is completely invalid and has no legal effect. This could be a contract, agreement, or other legal document that's not enforceable for some reason.
For example, if you sign a contract to buy a house but it turns out that the seller doesn't actually own the property, the contract would be null and void because it's not legally enforceable.
"Wit & Whimsy with the Dumb Ox: Unlocking Knowledge with Rhyme:"
"Null and void" means it's not real,
A legal document that can't appeal.
If it can't be enforced, it's a done deal,
And you'll need to find another ideal.