invalidated


invalidated
Rendered illegal or deprived of legal effect. A provision in a fire insurance policy that a mortgagee's interest in the policy shall not be invalidated by any act of the owner, means that the interest of the mortgagee in the policy shall not be injuriously affected thereby. Tarleton v De Veuve (CA9 Cal) 11 F2d 290, 132 ALR 343.

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