that may be voided, rescinded or annulled (adjective)
that may be avoided; avoidable (adjective)
Examples of word voidable
There is another ground for holding the charter-party void and no contract, instead of regarding it as only voidable, which is equally against authority, which nevertheless I have never been able to answer wholly to my satisfaction.
Cook told the Daily News Monday night that there was no disagreement over the signing bonus ($3.725 million) or the length of the contract (which is technically seven years, though the last two are "voidable").
In the absence of fraud, duress or mistake (the typical legal justifications for a voidable contract) I think we have a moral obligation to treat both the borrowers and the lenders as adults, and require that they take responsibility for their actions.
Asomugha, whose blockbuster contract with the Raiders averaged $15.2 million per year at signing, will become a free agent this offseason by virtue of a voidable clause in his contract, according to league sources.
Like contracts, life is fully voidable, allow deferring soon to disallow.