incontestability clause

Definition of "incontestability clause"
  1. A term in an insurance policy that restricts the insurance company from challenging the policy—like claiming that the policyholder provided false information—after a certain period has passed
How to use "incontestability clause" in a sentence
  1. The insurer cannot dispute the claims made by the policyholder due to the incontestability clause.
  2. Under the incontestability clause, the insurance company couldn't challenge the policy irrespective of the doubts they had regarding the policyholder's declarations.
  3. The incontestability clause in the insurance policy reduced the concern of the policyholder about future disputes with the insurer.

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