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gap–filler

noun gap–fill·er \ˈgap-ˌfi-lər\

Legal Definition of gap–filler

  1. :  a term supplied by a law or a court when the parties to an agreement fail to make provisions for a particular matter (as a price or a remedy for breach)


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