Fine print

Definition of Fine print

Term or expression referring to disclaimer or avoidance type provisions in insurance policies, financing agreements, and the like, that are typeset in small type and so located in the document so as to not be readily noticed by the insured, borrower, etc. State and federal disclosure laws have greatly curtailed this practice. Compare Conspicuous term or clause.

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