Void or void ab initio

Not legally binding.

A document that is void is of no effect-it is useless and worthless.  

Void contracts are unenforceable and not recognized by the courts.  For example, in many jurisdictions, contracts for immoral purposes are treated as being void.  Examples include agreements to set up a brothel or to commit a crime.

Void ab initio, a latin term, meaning that the transaction or contract is 'void from the beginning'.

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