Operative Clause

Operative Clause,

What Does Operative Clause Mean?

  1. It describes the circumstances that exist before the insurance company pays the claim.

Literal Meanings of Operative Clause

Operative:

Meanings of Operative:
  1. Operation or effect

  2. In connection with the operation.

  3. A worker, especially a skilled worker in the manufacturing sector.

Sentences of Operative
  1. Transmitter ready for use

  2. There are wounds that need surgical treatment

  3. It should be added that the common man is another technical agent for the seed industry in the United States.

Synonyms of Operative

in force, in operation, effective, in effect, valid, machinist, operator, machine operator, mechanic, engineer, driver, worker, workman, hand, factory hand, artisan, craftsman, craftswoman, blue-collar worker

Clause:

Meanings of Clause:
  1. The unit of grammatical organization is just below the phrase in classification and traditional grammar, which must have an article and a prediction.

  2. Articles, terms or reservations are specific and different in agreement, law or agreement.

Sentences of Clause
  1. From the above sentence, both clauses were added to the sequence without any assembly.

  2. Contracts usually choose the terms of the law that define the applicable law.

Synonyms of Clause

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