我用字典查解釋都係免除 & 廢止
例子:if one of the parties may choose to declare it void and avoid its obligations under the contract.
- JenkinLv 78 年前最愛解答
void = 取消/癈除
avoid = 避免/免受
- GodfreyLv 78 年前
To void something (such as contract, agreement) means to state officially that it has no legal effect.
~ make legally void 撤銷 (法律), 躲避
Avoid a plea.
To void a contract is to actively acknowledge its existence while disputing its legitimacy. That is, when one argues that the contract was illegitimate as the result of fraud (欺騙) or noncompliance (不服從);
To avoid a contract is to ignore it. The contract exists, but there is a reason to fail to comply (遵從) with the terms of the contract. This is usually due to a breach (破壞, 違反) of the contract or other reason.
For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow (否認) a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract.
If one of the parties may choose to declare it void (adj. 無效) and avoid (verb 撤銷) its obligations (義務,責任) under the contract.
AVOID (verb) 避免, 躲避; 撤銷
If you avoid something, you take action to prevent it from happening to you.
If you avoid doing something, you make sure you do not do it.資料來源： online Legal Dictionary; Yahoo Dictionary