Definitions for "Entire Contract Clause"
An insurance policy provision stating that the application and policy contain all provisions and constitute the entire contract. No promises or special agreements of the agent can be part of the insurance company's obligation unless they are set out as a part of the contract and signed by the proper officers.
Provision in life insurance policies stating that the policy and attached application constitute the entire contract between the parties.
This is a provision in a life insurance contract stating that the entire agreement between the insurer and the insured is contained in the contract, including the application if attached, insuring agreements, exclusions, conditions, declarations and endorsements.