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Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement - Breach of Contract or Cancellation

Here you will learn some English words related to breach of contract or cancellation such as "repeal", "expire", and "violate".

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Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement
to abrogate
[verb]
to terminate an agreement, right, law, custom, etc. in an official manner
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abrogation
[noun]
the act of officially abolishing or ending a law, agreement, etc.
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breach
[noun]
an act that violates an agreement, law, etc.
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to breach
[verb]
to break an agreement, law, etc.
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breach of contract
[noun]
the violation of terms agreed on in a contract
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to cancel
[verb]
to end a formal agreement or arrangement
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cancelation
[noun]
the ending of an agreement, particularly a legal one
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to dishonor
[verb]
to refuse to do what was promised or agreed
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dissolution
[noun]
the formal ending of a business agreement, marriage, parliament, organization, etc.
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to dissolve
[verb]
to formally end an official or business assembly
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to end
[verb]
to stop or finish something
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to expire
[verb]
(of a document, contract, etc.) to no longer be legally recognized because of reaching the end of validity period
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expiry
[noun]
the end of a period of time during which a document or agreement is valid
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to nullify
[verb]
to legally invalidate an agreement, decision, etc.
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to renege
[verb]
to act against an agreement, promise, etc.
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to repeal
[verb]
to officially cancel a law, regulation, or policy, making it no longer valid or in effect
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to rescind
[verb]
to officially cancel a law, decision, agreement, etc.
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rescission
[noun]
the formal cancelation of a law, agreement, or order
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revocation
[noun]
the cancelation of a law, agreement, or decision
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to run out
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(of a document or agreement) to not be valid anymore
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rupture
[noun]
an end to an agreement or good relations between people, states, etc.
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to rupture
[verb]
to cause an agreement or relation to be breached
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term
[noun]
the end of a specific period of time, particularly one that is expected to last
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termination
[noun]
the fact of being brought to an end; the action of putting an end to something
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to violate
[verb]
to disobey or break a regulation, an agreement, etc.
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violation
[noun]
the act of breaching an agreement, law, etc.
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violator
[noun]
a person, organization, or government, etc. that breaches a law, agreement, etc. or disrespects someone's rights
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to rat on
[verb]
to not fulfill a promise or agreement
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to back out
[verb]
to not do something one has promised or agreed to do
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