noncontestability clause

Definition of "noncontestability clause"
  1. A rule in an insurance policy that limits the time frame an insurer has to dispute a statement made in an insurance application due to fraud or errors
How to use "noncontestability clause" in a sentence
  1. The noncontestability clause prevented the insurer from questioning the validity of the claim after two years.
  2. Their policy included a noncontestability clause, so coverage could not be denied based on an error discovered later.
  3. Due to the noncontestability clause in her policy, she was safe from false statements being used against her after a certain period.

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