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Incontestable Clause

Incontestable Clause

Definition

Incontestable Clause — a clause in a life or health insurance policy that stipulates a given length of time (usually 2 years) during which the insurer may contest claims. After expiration of this time, claims cannot be contested for any reason other than nonpayment of premium.

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