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saving clause

noun sav·ing clause

Legal Definition of saving clause

  1. :  a clause in a statute exempting something from the statute's operation or providing that the rest of it will stand if part is held invalid; also :  a contractual clause providing that if part of the contract is invalidated the rest shall remain in effect —called also savings clause


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