Validity: n. logically and factually accurate and corresponds to reality
That is not a valid document, that is not a valid ID, and that is not a valid ticket are all ways of saying that something is not factually accurate the way it should be.
That is not a valid argument or opinion is a way of saying that it is not very logical or that it is filled with some factually inaccurate statements. Validity is frequently limited to contracts and legality but opinions and arguments may also at times be considered invalid or valid.
Sometimes a document or ticket is not valid until it has a stamp of approval or a signature by an authority figure so that approval process is frequently called validation of a document.
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