Exclusions is a list of items that a policy (such as insurance) does not cover, these will be listed in the agreement.
An Exclusive License is the certified allowance of a person or entity to conduct specified activities in a specified area or industry for a specified amount time, involving specified goods and/or services. Certified allowance of another person or entity to conduct other specified activities in a different specified area or industry for a specified amount…
Exculpate is removing blame or accusation from a person. Typically for a non-criminal act, like a traffic accident. There is nothing illegal or immoral or criminal in this action.
In law, Excusable implies that the act or omission spoken of is on its face unlawful, wrong, or liable to entail loss or disadvantage on the person chargeable, but that the circumstances attending it were such as to constitute a legal “excuse” for it, that is a legal reason for withholding or foregoing the punishment, liability,…
A term used in civil law, Excusatio is an excuse or reason which exempts from some duty or obligation.
To Execute is to carry out the terms of a contract.
Execution is the seizure of debtors goods following non payment of a Court order (see Levy and Fi-Fa).
An Executor is the person or persons assigned to carry out the provisions of a Will.
Exempt is to be freed from liability or allegiance.
An Exhibit is a document or item that is submitted as evidence in court.