exclusory

Related to exclusory: exclusionary

exclusory

(ɪkˈskluːsərɪ)
adj
acting to exclude; tending to exclude; exclusive
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The report for "Dental Wax Market" is Exclusory Available at MarketResearchFuture.com with Latest Advancement.
In 2014, Lubrizol entered into an exclusory agreement with Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.
The insurer has the burden of proving an exclusory clause applies.
What occurs during patent examination is crucial given the potential strength and scope of the exclusory rights at stake.
Taxpayers currently float the bill for enforcing these exclusory policies, while those practitioners' operating businesses benefit from an easy lack of competition by enforcing the restrictive entry requirements.<br />There is yet another angle that also affects taxpayers.
This leads to exclusory programs like Stretch and swaths of men without support.
The extension of implied coverages to these lines was not intended; without any exclusory language, however, some court rulings have sided with policyholders.
2000) (by allowing her partner to "assume an equal role as one of the child's two parents." a biological mother "rendered her own parental rights with respect to this boy less exclusive and less exclusory than they otherwise would have been had she not by word and deed allowed [her partner] to establish a parental bond with the child and then agreed to allow reasonable visitation").
(63) The exclusory right conferred by the patent is the inventor's reward for fully disclosing technical information about the invention.
Exclusive or exclusory: Workplace relationships, ostracism, and isolation.
Still much of the time as a Special Educator is exclusory, on an island away from the rest of the teachers and students.
See generally Frederick Schauer, In Defense of Rule-Based Evidence Law--and Epistemology Too, 5 EPISTEME 295 (2008) (arguing that rule-based evidentiary exclusions are consistent with the general exclusory nature of legal rules).