exclusionary clause
A term in a sales contract that limits the remedies available to one or both parties to it in an action for breach of warranty, statements made as to the quality of the goods sold. A provision of an insurance contract that prohibits recovery pursuant to its terms if certain designated circumstances occur.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


exclusionary clause
A term in a sales contract that limits the remedies available to one or both parties to it in an action for breach of warranty, statements made as to the quality of the goods sold. A provision of an insurance contract that prohibits recovery pursuant to its terms if certain designated circumstances occur.

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