Majeure in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Majeure

a clause in legal contracts absolving parties of guilt or obligations in extreme circumstances like war, disaster, etc

Examples of Majeure in a sentence

The majeure in this contract dictates that my insurance company doesn’t have to cover your loss if your house is wiped out by a nuclear blast.  🔊

If there is a majeure clause in this contract, neither party will have to pay for reparations if a war breaks out.  🔊

In case of the apocalypse, this majeure states our company won’t reimburse you for losses incurred by zombies or meteors.  🔊

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