A contract that is not valid. For example, a life insurance contract that lacks insurable interest is void for reasons of public policy.----------[ Back
A contract that is not valid for any reason, including legal issues.
An agreement without legal effect; an invalid contract.
A contract that is deemed to have never existed in the eyes of the law.
An unenforceable contract that lacks legal purpose or essential requirements.
A contract having no legal force or effect from it's inception.
A contract that cannot be enforced by either party.
A void contract, also known as a void agreement, is not actually a contract. A void contract cannot be enforced by law. Void contracts are different from voidable contracts, which are contracts that may be (but not necessarily will be) nullified.