Definition Of nonenforceable
(especially of an obligation or law) impossible to enforce.
It is a criminological commonplace that it is counter-productive to pass unenforceable laws because this breeds general contempt for the law.
Example Of nonenforceable
A contract for an illegal purpose is unenforceable regardless of when the seller learns of that purpose.
An oral contract of apprenticeship, although legally valid, is unenforceable unless and until acted upon.
Another student said that the new rules are unenforceable because the entire student section would get ejected.
As was obvious from the outset, the treaty obligation is proving unenforceable .
But the decision is that these promises are invalid and unenforceable .