Exemption clause

A clause in a contract to deny or limit the obligations within.

Exemption clause is the term used to cover both exclusion clauses and limitation clauses.

Exclusion clauses are clauses in a contract which attempt to deny all liability for certain breaches of contract.

They are often added to contracts to exclude a company from problems caused by events beyond their control such as the weather or war.

A limitation clause is put into the contract by a party to limit their liability should a breach of the contract arise.

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