act of god

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Alternative spelling of act of God
an unforeseen occurrence beyond one's control, such as a natural disaster
An instance of uncontrollable natural forces in operation
An accident or event which happens independently of human intervention and due to natural causes such as storm earthquake etc which no human foresight can provide against Suggesting that an event was an "act of God" may be a defence in English law against a claim for liability since it may be held that it could not have been foreseen or safeguarded against
natural occurrence beyond human control or influence Such acts of nature include hurricanes, earthquakes, and floods (A snow storm is an act of God Driving in a snow storm is an act of man or woman or teenager )
(An) "Damnum fatale," such as loss by lightning, shipwreck, fire, etc ; loss arising from fatality, and not from one's own fault, theft, and so on A Devonshire jury once found a verdict - " That deceased died by the act of God, brought about by the flooded condition of the river "
deed done by God, occurrence which is not caused by man (such as a natural disaster, etc.)
A flood, an earthquake or other accident or event that is without any human intervention and that could not have been prevented by reasonable care or foresight but is the result of natural causes
Accident or event which happens without human intervention, usually due to natural causes i e storm or earthquake Suggesting that an event was an "act of God" may be a defence in English law against a claim for liability since it could not have been foreseen or safeguarded against This is a good reason not to drive your vehicle in adverse or dangerous weather conditions
When used in insurance policies, an event caused by natural forces such as rain, lightning, floods or earthquakes which results in damage to property or chattels
An act of nature beyond man's control such as lightning, flood, earthquake or hurricane Many shipping and other performance contracts include a "force majeure" clause which excuses a party who breaches the contract due to acts of God
- A sudden and violent act of nature which could not have been foreseen or prevented Examples: flood, earthquake
A term used to denote a danger beyond control of avoidance by human power; any accident produced by a physical cause which is irresistible, such as hurricane, flood, lightning, etc which is in one way connected with negligence
An event which is caused solely by the effect of nature or natural causes and without any interference by humans whatsoever Insurance contracts often exclude "acts of God" from the list of insurable occurrences as a means to waive their obligations for damage caused by hurricanes, floods or earthquakes, all examples of "acts of God"
Accidents arising from physical causes (lightning, earthquakes, hurricanes, etc ) and not from human cause or error Out of the control of all parties
Natural occurrence beyond human control or influence Such acts of nature include hurricanes, earthquakes, and floods
Damage caused by nature (floods winds etc ) rather than destruction by man
A natural occurrence without human involvement and one that could not have been prevented Examples include floods, lightning, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes
A natural event, not preventable by any human agency, such as flood, storms, or lightning Forces of nature that a carrier has no control over, and therefore cannot be held accountable
Acts of nature ― the term was once widely used to distinguish between man-made events, i e , fire, collision, and nature's rampages in wind and flood
An event arising out of natural causes with no human intervention which could not have been prevented by reasonable care or foresight Examples are floods, lightning, and earthquakes (G)
An event arising out of natural causes with no human intervention which could not have been prevented by reasonable care or foresight Example flood, earthquake
An act of God is an event that is beyond human control, especially one in which something is damaged or someone is hurt. A manifestation especially of a violent or destructive natural force, such as a lightning strike or earthquake, that is beyond human power to cause, prevent, or control
Action occurring without the intervention of man which could include but not be limited to hurricanes,earthquakes, floods, lightening, etc
An inevitable event occurring without the intervention of man, such as flood, tempest, or death operating in case of certain contracts, such as those of insurers or carriers
An act of nature beyond mans control such as lightning, flood, earthquake or hurricane Many shipping and other performance contracts include a 'force majeure' clause which excuses a party who breaches the contract due to acts of God [ITDS]
Accidents of a nature beyond human control such as flood, lightning or hurricane
A meteorological or seismic event over which a travel provider has no control and, hence, no legal responsibility See also, force majeure
a natural and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of events; "he discovered that his house was not insured against acts of God
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