The process or state of excluding or being excluded
drug users are subject to exclusion from the military
An item or risk specifically not covered by an insurance policy or other contract
exclusions can be added to your policy
the state of being excluded
exception: a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news"
ejection: the act of forcing out someone or something; "the ejection of troublemakers by the police"; "the child's expulsion from school"
(exclude) prevent from being included or considered or accepted; "The bad results were excluded from the report"; "Leave off the top piece"
(exclude) prevent from entering; shut out; "The trees were shutting out all sunlight"; "This policy excludes people who have a criminal record from entering the country"
(exclude) lack or fail to include; "The cost for the trip excludes food and beverages"
The act of debarring or shutting out; removal from consideration or taking part. [from 17th c.]; The act of pushing or forcing something out. [17th-19th c.]; An item not covered by an insurance policy. [from 20th c.]
(exclude) To bar (someone) from entering; to keep out; To expel; to put out; To refuse to accept as valid; To eliminate from diagnostic consideration
(exclusory) having the power or the function of excluding; tending to exclude
(Exclusions) The component of an insurance policy that sets forth the circumstances under which the policy will not respond.
(Exclusions) Provisions in an insurance contract that list the perils, losses, and property excluded from coverage.
(Exclusions) Headteachers may exclude pupils from school for serious breaches of discipline. Exclusions may be for a fixed period or permanent.
(Exclusions) This term refers to losses or risks that a policy does not cover.
(Exclusions) Charges, services, or supplies that are not covered under an insurance policy.
(Exclusions) Things that your insurance will not cover.
(Exclusions) Income item which is excluded from a taxpayer's gross income by the internal revenue code or an administrative action. Common exclusions include gifts, inheritances, and death proceeds paid under a life insurance contract. Also known as excluded income.
(exclusions) expenses which are not covered under an insurance plan. These are listed in the Certificate Booklet/Policy.
(Exclusions) Insurance policy provisions that restrict the broad terms of the insurance agreement stating some exceptions to coverage – certain activities, loss causes, types of property, persons, and places – for which the insurer does not provide coverage.
(Exclusions) Conditions or situations not considered covered under contract or plan. Clauses in an insurance contract that deny coverage for select individuals, groups, locations, properties or risks. ...
(Exclusions) There are specific provisions included in group disability plans which exclude coverage in certain situations. Typically, a plan will not pay benefits for disabilities arising from war, participation in a riot, commission of a felony, or self-inflicted injury.
(Exclusions) These are expenses that the Travel Insurance provider will not pay for. Examples include expenses resulting from illegal drug use, conditions which existed prior to the purchase of the insurance, participation in various extreme sports. ...
(Exclusions) Dental services not covered under a dental benefit program.
(Exclusions) Not all services are covered. The policy-holder is generally expected to pay the full cost of non-covered services out of their own pocket.
(Exclusions) Items that are not covered by an insurance policy. Medicare Prescription Drug Plans have two types of exclusions. The first type is drugs that Medicare has excluded from coverage under Medicare prescription drug coverage, such as weight-loss drugs. ...
(Exclusions) Transactions outside of the scope of the Foreign Trade Regulations that are excluded from the requirement of filing EEI.