Hell or high water clause

Hell or high water clause,

Definition of Hell or high water clause:

  1. Provision in a contract that commits a party to keep on performing its part even if the other party is not doing so. In lease contracts, for example, a lessee may be forced to keep on paying the rent even if the leased property is defective, unusable, or destroyed in an accident.

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