severability

What is severability?

severability is one of legal terms that means In relation to an agreement, this refers to whether a part of the agreement can be removed (severed) from the agreement because it is unlawful or unclear, without invalidating the whole agreement. A severability clause is often included in an agreement to indicate the intention of the parties that, in the event of a dispute, it a Court finds a particular clause is invalid, it can be removed and the rest of the agreement given effect to.

 

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