Batch Clause

Batch Clause,

Batch Clause means,

  • (1) A law of limitations, commonly used in product liability and general liability insurance, which deals with all claims for defective products made in the same product (or group). Is limited to ()) Provision of professional compensation insurance which states that only one deduction (or deduction) applies to any adverse action, regardless of the amount of the claim resulting from the action.

Literal Meanings of Batch Clause


Meanings of Batch:
  1. Organize (things) in sets or groups.

  2. Quantity or delivery of goods manufactured at the same time.

Sentences of Batch
  1. He did nothing but recount the reports.

  2. A pile of cakes

Synonyms of Batch

shipment, containerload, truckload, boatload, shipload, cargo, delivery, load


Meanings of Clause:
  1. The grammatical organizational unit, which is located directly below the sentence in the line, must include an essay and a preposition in traditional grammar.

  2. Articles, terms or conditions are specific and separate from an agreement, bill or agreement.

Sentences of Clause
  1. Of the above sentences, both sentences are connected by several sentences without connecting words.

  2. Agreements usually contain a provision of an electoral law that determines the applicable law.

Synonyms of Clause

section, word group, point, wording, part, expression, note, term, idiom, locution, set phrase, phrasal idiom, item, turn of phrase, group of words, heading, clause, subsection, idiomatic expression, phrasal verb, passage, paragraph, construction, article