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Synonyms for severable

capable of being divided or dissociated

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Labarga performed that severability analysis in his separate opinion, concluding "capital prosecutions are able to proceed in the absence of the stricken subsection.
A severability clause allows you to protect the credit application if any of the provisions are found to be unenforceable or overreaching.
The severability of insureds is allowed, though a provision is commonly added that the limit of liability does not increase.
The state hopes the court will rule that the case has no standing, but if the court does grant an injunction, the state cited a severability clause to argue that the injunction could only invalidate the parts of the law the court deemed unconstitutional, not the entire law.
claims that, under Alaska's severability statute, (133) the unconstitutional non-severability language is itself severable from the rest of the bill.
It then applies this rule to resolve a circuit split concerning severability of the Food and Drug Modernization Act.
Special coverage features: Defense outside the limit available, enhanced severability, modified hammer clause, punitive damages coverage on most favorable venue basis, iduciary and crime.
John Carona, R-Dallas, and supported by the Texas Wholesale Beer Distributors, and included a series of changes to the Alcoholic Beverage code, focusing on severability, reach-back pricing and distribution.
The opinion first reinforced an important doctrinal principle--the doctrine of severability.
111-148 (the Patient Protection Act), which requires states to accept an enormous expansion in the number of people they cover under the program or face a cut of all Medicaid funds, was unconstitutional as enacted, but found that a severability clause in the law allowed the Medicaid provision to go forward without the threat of the loss of all Medicaid funds.
Nullified the issue of other provisions being overturned, the so-called severability argument, since the mandate was ruled constitutional.
SEVERABILITY: In the D&O context, severability means that the wrongful acts or misstatements of one insured will not void the contract or otherwise adversely impact coverage thereunder for other insureds.
Finally, on Wednesday, the Court considered whether the Medicaid provisions of the Act constitute unconstitutional coercion of the states and also severability issues (i.