savings clause


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savings clause

n.
Variant of saving clause.
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The Supreme Court held that the Non-Trucking Use endorsement was void as against public policy, but that the savings clause was valid and enforceable.
any state anti-spam law, the savings clause (the portion beginning with
Despite the existence of the "antitrust-specific savings clause," the Court said, "the act does not create new claims that go beyond existing antitrust standards.
Other possible solutions include adding a savings clause to a trust that would ensure that true beneficiaries are recognized, according to Kurlowicz.
Any losses that occur during the transitional period September 30 to December 16 are covered by a protective savings clause.
He argued, however, that the savings clause preserves "certain substantive state policies that would be undermined by enforcing certain categories of arbitration clauses.
6) The Aviall I court harmonized that interpretation with the savings clause in 113(f)(1) (7) by concluding that Congress intended the savings clause to preserve a "party's ability to bring contribution actions based on state law.
The savings clause says "nothing in this title shall be construed to exempt or relieve any person from any law of any State which regulates insurance, banking, or securities.
The savings clause originally stated: "[N]othing contained in this [Act] shall in any way abridge or alter the remedies now existing at common law or by statute, but the provisions of this [Act] are in addition to such remedies.
Because Moran's insurance plan was fully insured, the savings clause applied.
Also, a savings clause clearly establishes that the subcontractor will be paid if the general contractor is not paid by the owner, or the architect does not certify the work, for any reason that is not the fault of the subcontractor.

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