Saving Clause Definition
A clause in a law indicating that, in the event that some part of the law is declared invalid by a court, the remaining valid portion will still be enforceable.
A provision in a statute or contract that if any clause is determined to be unenforceable, the remainder of the statute or contract will remain intact and enforceable.
Webster's New World Law
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