Escape Provision

Escape Provision,

What Does Escape Provision Mean?

A provision that does not allow one party to limit the liability of the other party by paying additional fees. Additional costs can be used to cover additional risks for purchasing insurance or to finance risk recovery. This can sometimes include giving up standard trade agreement forms.

Literal Meanings of Escape Provision

Escape:

Meanings of Escape:
  1. Free yourself from confinement or control.

  2. Don't remember (by anyone) or don't remember

  3. Interference with escape key (operation).

  4. The act of releasing a ban or control.

Sentences of Escape
  1. Two thieves have just escaped from jail

  2. The name escapes it

  3. Once installed, traditional Linux / UNIX escapes, with prices or tabs required to access directories with spaces in their names.

  4. The story of his escape from a prisoner of war camp

Synonyms of Escape

show a clean pair of heels, bolt for freedom, decamping, take off, break free, flight, flit, beat a hasty retreat, run away, make one's escape, bolt, absconding, bolting, break out, get free, fleeing, make a escape, break loose, make off, run off, flee, get out, beat a retreat, clear out, get away, getaway, make one's getaway, make a run for it, make good one's escape

Provision:

Meanings of Provision:
  1. To spread or spread something for use

  2. The quantity or supply of something.

  3. Terms or requirements in legal documents.

  4. Beneficiaries are usually nominated directly by the pope, not by the boss, and, initially, before being released.

  5. Provide food, beverages or luggage, especially for travel.

  6. Save money in the organization's account for unknown obligations.

Sentences of Provision
  1. New service agreement

  2. Less social benefits

  3. Important provisions of civil law

  4. Consider another example of medieval populism in medieval England.

  5. The Civil Force contractor is responsible for providing the force

  6. Financial institutions need to provide themselves with financial assistance to cover credit losses

Synonyms of Provision

fit up, donation, arm, stipulation, rig out, term, providing, presentation, equipping, equip, requirement, accoutre, equipment, services, clause, specification, fit out, distribution, amenities, purveying, resource, facilities, solutions, furnishing, giving, supplying, provide, delivery, arrangements, furnish