valid reason

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  • valid reason — These words, in a statute providing for the withdrawal of the names of petitioners for a road improvement district when valid reasons therefor are presented, mean a sound sufficient reason, such as fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, duress, etc.;… …   Black's law dictionary

  • valid — val·id / va ləd/ adj 1: having legal efficacy or force a valid license; esp: executed with proper authority and form a valid contract a valid search 2: having a legitimate basis: justifiable …   Law dictionary

  • valid — val|id [ˈvælıd] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: valide, from Latin validus strong, effective , from valere; VALOR] 1.) a valid ticket, document, or agreement is legally or officially acceptable ≠ ↑invalid ▪ a valid credit card ▪ Your… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • reason — I n. cause, justification 1) to cite, give a reason 2) a cogent, compelling, convincing, plausible, sound, strong, urgent reason 3) a logical; personal; underlying; valid reason 4) every reason; (a) sufficient reason 5) a reason against; behind;… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • valid — adjective 1 a valid ticket, document, or agreement can be used legally or is officially acceptable, especially for a fixed period of time or according to certain conditions: a valid passport | Your return ticket is valid for three months. 2 valid …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • valid — 01. Your bus pass is only [valid] until Saturday. 02. You must have a [valid] reason if you want to reschedule your test. 03. International observers question the [validity] of the election, given widespread accusations of election fraud. 04. My… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • valid — val|id [ vælıd ] adjective ** 1. ) a valid document or ticket will be accepted by officials: You will need a valid passport. valid for: This offer is valid for travel before the end of April. a ) legally accepted: a valid claim A 50% turnout was… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • valid */*/ — UK [ˈvælɪd] / US adjective 1) a valid document or ticket will be accepted by officials You will need a valid passport. valid for: This offer is valid for travel before the end of April. a) legally accepted A 50% turnout was required for the vote… …   English dictionary

  • valid — adjective Etymology: Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French valide, from Medieval Latin validus, from Latin, strong, potent, from valēre Date: 1571 1. having legal efficacy or force; especially executed with the proper legal authority and …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • valid — Having legal strength or force, executed with proper formalities, incapable of being rightfully overthrown or set aside. Bennett v. State, 46 Ala.App. 535, 245 So.2d 570, 572. Founded on truth of fact; capable of being justified; supported, or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • valid — validly, adv. validness, n. /val id/, adj. 1. sound; just; well founded: a valid reason. 2. producing the desired result; effective: a valid antidote for gloom. 3. having force, weight, or cogency; authoritative. 4. legally sound, effective, or… …   Universalium

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