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Definition of Nonvalidity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Nonvalidity
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"If we postulate, at small distances, the nonvalidity of Coulomb's law of force 'between the centers of two charged particles, we are doing nothing that is ..."
2. The West Indies in 1837: Being the Journal of a Visit to Antigua, Montserrat by Joseph Sturge, Thomas Harvey (1837)
"The following relation forcibly illustrates the glaring evils which result from the nonvalidity of what are called sectarian marriages ; a question which ..."
3. A Treatise on the Conflict of Laws; Or, Private International Law by Francis Wharton (1906)
"... to the validity or nonvalidity of the marriage of citizens celebrated abroad in any other manner than in conformity with the statute requirements. ..."
4. Actions by and Against Corporations at Law and in Equity: Embracing Also by Joseph Asbury Joyce (1910)
"... the nonvalidity of statutes conferring powers essentially legislative or administrative; retrial and determination by railroad commissioners, ..."
5. Selected Cases on Real Property: Selected and Arranged for Use in Connection by Christopher Gustavus Tiedeman (1897)
"The defendants contended — First, that inasmuch as the widow has elected to take under the statute, and not under the will, the validity or nonvalidity of ..."