To cancel; make void ; destroy. To annul a judgment or judicial proceeding is to deprive it of all force and operation, either a6 initio or prospectively as to future transactions. Wait v. Wait, 4 Barb. (N. Y.) 205; Woodson v. Skinner, 22 Mo. 24; In re Morrow’s Estate, 204 Pa. 484, 54 Atl. 342.
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