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noun [countable] legal     innominate term pronunciation in British English
/ɪˈnɒminət ˌtɜː(r)m/
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  1. a term in a contract that has not been classified and can be interpreted either as a condition that is very important, or a warranty that is less important

    The judge maintained in his closing submission that the innominate term should be treated as a condition and not, as the defendants claimed, a warranty.

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