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severability clause


The severability clause does not change the rule that in order for one part of a statute to be upheld as severable when another is stricken as unconstitutional, they must not be mutually dependent on one another.
  legal clause that determines the applicability of other parts of a contract or law should some parts become ineffective (perhaps because they were rendered unfeasible or ruled unconstitutional)
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  • The severability clause does not change the rule that in order for one part of a statute to be upheld as severable when another is stricken as unconstitutional, they must not be mutually dependent on one another.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   severability clause , sever [1] , severance [5] , notwithstanding [2] , due diligence [8]
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