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Satisfaction Clause

Satisfaction Clause

Definition

A clause commonly inserted in commercial contracts by which the sufficiency of one party’s performance is measured by the satisfaction of another party. The clause may be interpreted using an objective reasonable-person standard or a subjective good-faith standard.

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