Definition of incontestability in English:

incontestability

Pronunciation /ˌinkənˌtestəˈbilədē/ /ˌɪnkənˌtɛstəˈbɪlədi/

noun

See incontestable

  • ‘The second concerned the incontestability of such law.’
  • ‘In a sense, the evidence provided the bricks and mortar of the case; Huntley had threaded his thin and frantic line of defence around their incontestability.’
  • ‘Another common caveat to incontestability clauses limits the period of disability.’
  • ‘The conclusion concerning incontestability of individual long term care insurance policies depends on whether or not the policy is tax qualified for Federal income tax purposes.’
  • ‘Registrant must submit an affidavit of continuing use between the fifth and sixth anniversary of registration, and may submit an affidavit of incontestability at the same time’

Pronunciation

incontestability

/ˌinkənˌtestəˈbilədē/ /ˌɪnkənˌtɛstəˈbɪlədi/