Exclusion

In insurance terms, an exclusion is a specific hazard which is not covered by an insurance policy.

For example, a life insurance policy may exclude coverage for death resulting from certain activities like extreme sports, war or terrorism. A health insurance policy may exclude coverage for illnesses caused by pre-existing conditions.

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