Definition of non-disclosure in English:


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[mass noun]
(Especially in a legal context) the fact or practice of not making information known: most miscarriages of justice have their roots in the non-disclosure of evidence
More example sentences
  • This insurance shall be voidable if there has been misrepresentation, mis-description or non-disclosure of any material fact.
  • On the facts, no actual request had been made and the non-disclosure of information was not negligent even though some practitioners would have mentioned the risk in question.
  • The principal ground of the appeal concerns the non-disclosure of material in the possession of the police and prosecution before the start of the trial.

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