Definition of exclusion clause in English:

exclusion clause

Syllabification: ex·clu·sion clause

noun

(In a contract) a clause disclaiming liability for a particular risk.
More example sentences
  • Could a defendant sued in tort rely on an exclusion clause in the contract when sued by a person who was not a party, and therefore traditionally not bound by its terms?
  • The Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 has three broad areas of control but does not interfere with the common law concerning the integration of an exclusion clause in the contract.
  • Here we are dealing with an exclusion clause in a policy of liability insurance, necessarily to be read down against the insurer.

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