render ineffective

See: destroy, void
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The injunction stopped PGMC from performing any act which would violate or render ineffective TMA's right under the Contractual Joint Venture Agreement (CJVA) it entered into with PCSO on December 4, 2009.
Citing relevant sections of the constitution to buttress his stance, Ikimi said: 'Section 68 (1) (g) and Section 109 (1) (g) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) reveals that no member of the Senate or House of Representatives or a State Legislator, whose election to the House was sponsored by a political party, can become a member of another political party before the expiration of the period for which that House was elected provided the membership of the latter political party is not as a result of any division such as would render ineffective the operations of the previous political party as a party under the Constitution.'
The Great Lakes are too precious to risk an oil spill, especially when bad weather conditions would render ineffective response equipment onsite.
Shiha contended that Qabil is unfamiliar with the laws that his declaration will render ineffective and further expressed his fear that other countries would institute a similar policy on Egyptian exports, which could lead to an imbalance in trade exchange.
Became redundant after provisions included in Companies Act 2013 A 1952 Act enacted to render ineffective certain decrees and orders passed by courts in Pakistan.
For years, they (at least those who give some credence to climate science) have argued that the failure of China, India and other developing countries to limit carbon emissions would render ineffective the impact of U.S.
security expert, warned that if more nations wall themselves, it would render ineffective the openness and efficiency of the Internet that made the Web a major source of economic growth.
The amendents generated controversy, with MPs from former ruling GERB party arguing that they will create disbalance in Bulgaria's law enforcement agencies and will render ineffective the fight against organized crime.
"The return of Talabani to Iraq's political arena can render ineffective the attempts made by the seditionist countries in the region and the Western enemies of an independent Iraq in order to drag the country into unrest," Jokar added.
"Fourteen districts would make the number of voters [in each district] much lower, which would render ineffective any proportional system," he said.
GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN - Neisseria gonorrhoeae strains are showing a worrisome drift in susceptibility to cephalosporins, causing experts to warn that the bacterium is only a step away from acquiring high-level resistance that would render ineffective the current first-line antimicrobials.
GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN--Neisseria gonorrhoeae strains are showing a worrisome drift in susceptibility to cephalosporins, causing experts to warn that the bacterium is only a step away from acquiring high-level resistance that would render ineffective the current first-line antimicrobials.