- kragteloos maaksprakevitiatesvitiating
Verb(1) corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality(2) make imperfect(3) take away the legal force of or render ineffective
(1) To what extent will imperfect, but still good, administration vitiate the efficiency properties of the tax?(2) The state's interest in effective crime-fighting should never vitiate the citizens' Bill of Rights.(3) There must be present some factor which could in law be regarded as coercion of will so as to vitiate consent.(4) That the singer, Cervantes' Don Quixote, is certainly delusional, possibly mad, doesn't vitiate the song's potency.(5) Under the old law a mistake would vitiate the expert's determination if it could be shown that it affected the result.(6) Might this vitiate the importance of the cover?(7) Multiple entitlements vitiate demands based on prior existence, occupance, use and discovery.(8) As a matter of natural justice and procedural fairness, if his departure is so radical as to vitiate the agreement, that would have to be pursued.(9) There is abundant authority to show that such frauds as these vitiate consent both in the case of rape and in the case of indecent assault.(10) I am not satisfied that the first or third of those matters affected the Judge's judgment to the point where any error should vitiate that judgment.(11) There is nothing in the law which would allow me to vitiate a fairly negotiated contract for lawful purposes.(12) In the first place the market manager's presence and hearsay evidence vitiated proceedings, it being against natural justice for a prosecutor to be present during deliberations.(13) The judge's discretion was therefore vitiated because the merits of any defence were considerably greater than he had been led to believe.(14) And why should he be made bankrupt if his apparent inability to pay is vitiated by the counterclaim or cross-demand?(15) This kind of meaningless rhetoric vitiates Craven's discussion of the issue.(16) But in this same answer, that great saint recounts another admirable example of a great zeal, proceeding from a very good soul, which was however spoilt and vitiated by the excess of anger which it had stirred up.
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