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English definition of “no-fault”

no-fault

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌnəʊˈfɒlt/ us    /ˌnoʊˈfɑːlt/
describes an agreement or system in which blame does not have to be proved before action can be taken, especially before money can be paid: a no-fault divorce a no-fault insurance policyCourt cases, orders and decisions
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