Entire-Agreement Clause Law and Legal Definition
An entire-agreement clause is an integrated clause. An entire-agreement clause, in the context of Insurance law, refers to a provision in an insurance contract which states that the entire agreement between the insured and insurer is contained in the contract. This often includes the application (if attached), declarations, insuring agreement, exclusions, conditions, and endorsements. An entire-agreement clause is also termed as an entire-contract clause.