What is a void agreement?

Answer A void agreement has no legal bearing, and is unenforceable by law. Parties to a voided agreement have no responsibility or legal requirement to act as far as carrying out the terms of the agreemen... Read More »

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How do I void a marital settlement agreement?

File a MotionFile a post-judgement motion with the court. Take proof with you to your court hearing of changes in life circumstances that have the potential to make the court consider your motion. ... Read More »

What is the difference between a rental agreement&a lease agreement?

Renting or leasing a house or apartment is common. The terms "rent" and "lease" are often used interchangeably. However, there are stark differences between the two. Before you sign or offer any su... Read More »

What is Javascript void?

A JavaScript void message can appear when you are loading a web page and indicates that there is an error in the page. Depending on the kind of error, you may or may not be able to fix it. It is no... Read More »

What can void a promissory note?

A promissory note is generally void once the loan has been repaid in full or as agreed. The lender or judge, not the borrower, has the legal right to void a promissory note before the note expires ... Read More »