Escape-clause



noun
1.
a provision in a contract that enables a party to terminate contractual obligations in specified circumstances.
noun
1.
a clause in a contract freeing one of the parties from his obligations in certain circumstances

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    [ih-skeyp] /ɪˈskeɪp/ verb (used without object), escaped, escaping. 1. to slip or get away, as from confinement or restraint; gain or regain liberty: to escape from jail. Synonyms: flee, abscond, decamp. 2. to slip away from pursuit or peril; avoid capture, punishment, or any threatened evil. 3. to issue from a confining enclosure, as a […]

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