Exclusions and Limitations Sample Clauses

Exclusions and Limitations. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN WARRANTIES OR THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. ACCORDINGLY, SOME OF THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO CUSTOMER.
Exclusions and Limitations. This section describes the general exclusions and limitations that apply to all your plan Benefits. General exclusions and limitations 1 This plan only covers services that are Medically Necessary. A Physician or other Health Care Provider’s decision to prescribe, order, recommend, or approve a service or supply does not, in itself, make it Medically Necessary. This exclusion does not apply to services which Blue Shield is required by law to cover for Reconstructive Surgery. 2 Routine physical examinations solely for: • Immunizations and vaccinations, by any mode of administration, for the purpose of travel; or • Licensure, employment, insurance, court order, parole, or probation. This exclusion does not apply to services deemed Medically Necessary Treatment of a Mental Health or Substance Use Disorder. 3 Hospitalization solely for X-ray, laboratory or any other outpatient diagnostic studies, or for medical observation. 4 Routine foot care items and services that are not Medically Necessary, including: • Callus treatment; • Corn paring or excision; • Toenail trimming; • Over-the-counter shoe inserts or arch supports; or • Any type of massage procedure on the foot. This exclusion does not apply to items or services provided through a Participating Hospice Agency or covered under the diabetes care Benefit. 5 Home services, hospitalization, or confinement in a health facility primarily for rest, custodial care, or domiciliary care. Custodial care is assistance with Activities of Daily Living furnished in the home primarily for supervisory care or supportive services, or in a facility primarily to provide room and board. Domiciliary care is a supervised living arrangement in a home-like environment for adults who are unable to live alone because of age-related impairments or physical, mental, or visual disabilities.
Exclusions and Limitations. The following areas are excluded from the inspection under this contract:  Calculating the strength, adequacy or efficiency of an improvement to residential real property or a component of an improvement to residential real property;  Entering any area or performing any procedure that may damage an improvement to residential real property or a component of an improvement to real property, or entering any area or performing any procedure that may be dangerous to the home inspector or other persons;  Operating any component of an improvement to residential real property that is inoperable;  Operating any component of an improvement to residential real property that does not respond to normal operating controls;  Disturbing insulation or moving personal items, furniture, equipment, vegetation, soil, snow, ice, or debris that obstructs access to or visibility of an improvement to residential real property;  Determining the effectiveness of a component of an improvement to residential real property;  Predicting future conditions, including the failure of a component of an improvement to residential real property;  Projecting or estimating the operating costs of a component of an improvement to residential real property;  Evaluating acoustic characteristics of a component of an improvement to residential real property;  Inspecting for the presence or absence of pests, including rodents, insects and wood damaging organisms;  Inspecting cosmetic items, underground items, or items not permanently installed;  Inspecting for the presence of any hazardous substances;  Disassembling any component of an improvement to residential real property, except for removing access panel that is normally removed by an occupant of real property. The inspection also excludes opinions on:  The life expectancy of an improvement;  Causes for needing major repairs;  The methods, materials, or cost of making repairs or corrections;  The suitability of improvements or components of improvements for a specialized use;  The presence of mold, the type of mold, potential locations of mold or effects of mold. The Client agrees that the purpose of this home inspection is an attempt to prevent Client from incurring unnecessary or unexpected costs to repair the building. The purpose of the home inspection is not to reduce the risk or likelihood of personal or bodily injury. Client therefore agrees not to xxx inspector for bodily or personal injury.
Exclusions and Limitations. 3.1 The Director shall not be entitled to be indemnified by the Company under the terms of the indemnity in clause 2.1 in relation to any Liability which is incurred by him:
Exclusions and Limitations. Some states prohibit the exclusion of certain warranties or the limitation or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, thus some of the above limitations may not apply to you. If the foregoing limitations are held to be unenforceable, League InfoSight’s cumulative liability under this agreement, including any cause of action in contract, tort, or strict liability, shall be strictly limited to the service fees paid by your league during the 12 months prior to such event. You release League InfoSight from all obligations, liabilities, claims or demands in excess of the limitation.
Exclusions and Limitations. (a) This clause 10 does not exclude, restrict or modify the application of any statutory provision where to do so would contravene that statute or cause any part of this clause to be void.
Exclusions and Limitations. 2.1 The Seller shall not be liable for breach of any Tax Warranty in respect of any Taxation Liability (or where the loss, liability or damage arising in consequence of a breach of any Tax Warranty is any Taxation Liability) or under the Tax Covenant in respect of any Taxation Liability to the extent that: