Sources: Law Dictionary
To prevent from occurring or to nullify (" suppress interrupts "; "suppress DCD ").
(b) where a measure has been found to nullify or impair benefits under, or impede the attainment of objectives, of the relevant covered agreement without violation thereof, there is no obligation to withdraw the measure.
A proposal offered to nullify or substitute for a previous one.
Article 7If cheating on a national education examination is found, the relevant administrative department of education shall nullify the examination, and shall, in accordance with law, impose administrative sanctions on the leading persons directly in charge and other persons directly responsible for it.
Article 38. If the mortgage is eliminated as a result of the liquidation of liabilities or for other reasons, procedures shall undertaken to nullify the mortgage registration.
Article 22. At the termination of operations, the foreign-funded enterprise shall nullify its registration with the industry and commerce administration authority and hand in its business license for cancellation.
Article 2At the termination of operations, the enterprise with foreign capital shall nullify its registration with the industry and commerce administration authorities and hand in its business licence for cancellation.
Article 5On completion of the liquidation， the joint venture company shall submit a liquidation report to the original examining and approving authority， go through the formalities for nullifying its registration in the original registration office and hand in its business license， at the same time， make an announcement to the public.
This, of course, would nullify the effect of the move and merely accelerate inflation.