That which limits; a restriction; a qualification; a restraining condition, defining circumstance, or qualifying conception; as, limitations of thought.
A restriction of power; as, a constitutional limitation.
a principle that limits the extent of something; "I am willing to accept certain restrictions on my movements"
the quality of being limited or restricted; "it is a good plan but it has serious limitations"
an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)
an exception to the general scope of coverage, applicable only under certain circumstances or for a specified period of time
a psychological res
a psychological restriction, a changeable part of life
A restriction in benefits under certain conditions or circumstances specified in the policy or plan.
Specific circumstances or services listed in the contract for which benefits will be limited.
Some factor in makeup which restricts the scope of a person's activity or accomplishment.
any provision, other than an exclusion, which restricts coverage available under the plan
An insurance policy provision that restricts the coverage provided by the policy. See also exclusion and reduction.
Many contracts, especially when in standard form, exclude or limit the statutory rights normally implied in favour of the buyer. To rely on such a limitation or exclusion, it must be shown that the buyer was aware of the clause or that the seller gave reasonable notice of it. Such a clause will always be construed in cases of doubt against the person relying on it. Under the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977, implied statutory terms as to satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose, compliance with sample or description cannot be excluded with consumers and in order to be effective against business customers they cannot be unreasonable. The seller's implied warranty that he has or will have the right to sell the goods cannot in circumstances be excluded or limited nor can he limit or exclude his liability for death or personal injury caused by his negligence.