Definition of "gap-filler"
  1. A provision added by law or a court to complete an agreement when the involved parties do not address a specific issue, such as the cost or consequence for breaking the agreement
How to use "gap-filler" in a sentence
  1. During the creation of the contract, a gap-filler was needed as the parties did not specify the price.
  2. To resolve the ambiguity in the agreement, the judge provided a gap-filler.
  3. The contract was incomplete, and a law was relied upon to supply a gap-filler.

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