illegality clause


illegality clause

фр. clause d'illégalité

исп. cláusula de exigibilidad del reembolso

оговорка, предусматривающая изменение законодательства

Пункт кредитного соглашения, согласно которому заемщик может потребовать возврата своих средств в случае, если изменения в национальном законодательстве обяжут его выйти из соглашения.


Финансы и долги. — М.: Весь мир. 1997.

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