Exclusion clause

Exclusion clause,

Definition of Exclusion clause:

  1. (in a contract) a clause disclaiming liability for a particular risk.

  2. Provision in a contract under which one partys liability (that would arise by implication of law) is excused in the listed conditions, circumstances, or situations (called exclusions). See also exculpatory clause, exemption clause, and indemnity clause.

How to use Exclusion clause in a sentence?

  1. 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?.

Meaning of Exclusion clause & Exclusion clause Definition