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severability clause

noun

Legal Definition of severability clause

  1. :  a clause (as in a contract) which states that provisions are severable; especially :  a clause in a statute that makes the statute's parts or provisions severable so that one part can be invalidated without invalidating the whole —called also separability clause


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