nullity

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nullity

[′nəl·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
The dimension of the null space of a linear transformation.
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Then, another derogatory order from the common law in matters of nullities refers to the term of prescription of the action in annulment or in the reduction of the duties for an injury; this term is about one year from the date when the contract has been concluded; the annulment cannot be opposed to by way of exception if the right to action has been prescribed [article1223 par.