exclusion clause


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exclusion clause

nclausola di esclusione di rischi
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Italy submitted that the double exclusion clause did not preclude its complaint even though some of the facts or situations giving rise to the dispute occurred before the crucial date.
31) Under the new three-part test the Court first asked whether the exclusion clause applied to the circumstances in the case.
The onus then shifted to the Insurer to show that coverage was clearly and unambiguously precluded by an exclusion clause (para.
The minister who kept Parliament in the Act, instead of inserting the normal exclusion clause, which has since resulted in the greater openness, was - yes, you guessed it - Mike O'Brien.
He said: "They're contracted to us under an exclusive contract until autumn 2008, and after that there is a three-month exclusion clause, which means they wouldn't be allowed to enter into a contract with another broadcaster until late in 2008.
But since the manager was forced to sign an exclusion clause in his Anfield contract, agreeing he would have no control over Academy matters, don't blame him if it does
JAPANESE PRIDE, AMERICAN PREJUDICE: MODIFYING THE EXCLUSION CLAUSE OF THE 1924 IMMIGRATION ACT
In a case being brought by UK engineer Turner and Newall, it is alleged the company was using an exclusion clause to avoid paying out millions of pounds.
However, the fine-print of their policy shows an exclusion clause on sewage damage, which may be as high as $14 million.
But they were told that there was no chance of a successful claim because of a drugs exclusion clause.
The insurer has not established that lead paint, in "clear and unmistakable language," is included in the pollution exclusion clause.