ALIENATION CLAUSE

alienation clause.

1. A deed provision that either permits or prohibits the further conveyance of the property. [Cases: Deeds 144(1), 149. C.J.S. Deeds §§ 275, 305–307, 309, 313.]

2. Insurance. A clause in an insurance policy voiding coverage if the policyholder alienates the insured property. [Cases: Insurance 3051. C.J.S. Insurance §§ 574, 640–652, 772.]