- A window of time after a scheduled date where one can accomplish a required task, like payment, without experiencing the usual negative effects, such as a penalty or cancellation
- A time span of 30 days or one month in which insurance policy premiums can be paid without incurring a penalty
- A ten-day duration in which some security interests, like those in fixtures, have to be solidified to take precedence over conflicting security interests according to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code
- If the rent payment is not made by the due date, there is a grace period of 5 days where it can be paid without any repercussions.
- The insurance company offers a one-month grace period during which policyholders can pay their premiums without incurring any penalties.
- According to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, a grace period of ten days is given to perfect certain security interests to have priority over conflicting ones.