Non forfeiture clause
A clause in a life insurance policy which lays out the conditions under which the policy may remain... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/non-forfeiture-clause.htm?id=1028&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of non forfeiture clause'>more<...
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Use for non-profit-making scientific research or educational purposes.
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A clause in a contract that prohibits you from entering into the same line of business for a specified time and within a specified area after you leave employment or after you terminate, sell, or otherwise leave a franchise.
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A non-compete clause (often NCC), or covenant not to compete (CNC), is a term used in contract law under which one party (usually an employee) agrees not to pursue a similar profession or trade in competition against another party (usually the employer). As a contract provision, a CNC is bound by t...
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a use which does not conform to the general provisions of the development plan for the area in which it is located.
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It is referred to the use of the real property on which the activity is ongoing even before the the zone ordinance is passed, as long as it`s the same activity continued forever.It means if there is a liquor store on a property, and it had been there even before the Zone ordinance was passed( where ...
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n. the existing use (residential, commercial, agricultural, light industrial, etc.) of a parcel of real property which is zoned for a more limited or other use in the city or county's general plan. Usually such use is permitted only if the property was being so used before the adoption of the zoning...
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Original logo for the now-defunct i.e. America Radio Network. This is a low-resolution image. ==History of Image:Ieamericaold.gif== ...
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any use of wildlife that does not directly kill wildlife.
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n.Condition made in insurance policies where the insurance companies can refuse to make payments to policy holhders when they feel that the claim is not genuine but because of dishonest means or false information in the application.
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n. an insurance policy provision which requires the insurance company to challenge any statement in the application for the insurance within a specific time. This prevents the company from denying coverage on the basis of fraud or error in the application when a claim is made by the policyholder.
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having one's cake by not eating it. Examples of non-destructive use are: education and eco-tourism. Is sustainable use destructive use?
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In linguistics, a non-finite clause is a dependent clause whose verb is non-finite; for example, many languages can form non-finite clauses from infinitives. Like any subordinate clause, a non-finite clause serves a grammatical role — commonly that of a noun, adjective, or adverb — in a greater...
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A non-restrictive clause is a clause in which the noun phrase (NP) that is used to avoid repetition (as the referent of an anaphor, meaning that it is substituted by another word, but refers to the same noun) is determined by its antecedent where the dependent is peripheral (non-essential) in the s...
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A contract clause in which one party promises not to solicit or entice employees away from the other. Â It is often used to prevent a person from obtaining business from the customers of their current or former employer, and is usually limited to a specified period of time.
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Non-standard set use
Use of TV set for purposes other than viewing conventional live broadcast/narrowcast programming (e.g. channel tuning via VCR, timeshift video recording and playback, pre-recorded video cassette viewing, video games, etc.).
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Is a loan provision prohibiting the transfer of a mortgage to another borrower without a lenders consent.
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A type of zoning variance where a parcel of land may be given an exception from current zoning ordinances due to improvements made by a prior owner or before the current zoning ordinances made the desired use non-conforming under local law. Secondary suites are commonly permitted as a non-conformin...
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A property which does not conform to the zoning of an area.
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A use of property, legally permitted to continue as such, in spite of the orignial zoning ordinance
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An agreement where the mortgagee agrees to honor a tenants lease in the event that the mortgage is f
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If there is a nonforfeiture clause in your insurance policy contract, and you have let the policy la
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Nongqawuse (c. 1840s – 1898) was the Xhosa prophetess whose prophecies led to a millennialist movement that culminated in the Xhosa cattle-killing crisis of 1856–1857, in what is now the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. ==Spiritual experience== In April or May 1856, the te...
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[n] - a subordinate clause that does not limit or restrict the meaning of the noun phrase it modifies
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descriptive clause noun a subordinate clause that does not limit or restrict the meaning of the noun phrase it modifies
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