Alienation Clause

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Alienation Clause

A provision in a document permitting or forbidding a person from transferring property that is the subject of the document.

In a fire insurance policy, an alienation clause prohibits the alienation of the insured premises while the policy is in effect. If the insured violates this provision, the policy is void.

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