non-contestability clause

Definition of "non-contestability clause"
  1. A provision in an insurance policy that limits the insurer's ability to deny coverage due to inaccuracies or fraud in the application after a certain period
How to use "non-contestability clause" in a sentence
  1. After the non-contestability clause period, the insurance company paid out the claim.
  2. The non-contestability clause saved her from a coverage denial when she accidentally misreported income on her application.
  3. The policy's non-contestability clause prevented the insurer from contesting a claim submitted two years after the policy was issued.

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