severable

[sev-er-uh-buhl, sev-ruh-]
adjective
1.
capable of being severed.
2.
Law. separable or capable of being treated as separate from a whole legal right or obligation: a severable contract obligation.

Origin:
1540–50; sever + -able

severability, noun
nonseverable, adjective
unseverable, adjective
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severable (ˈsɛvərəbəl)
 
adj
1.  able to be severed
2.  law capable of being separated, as a clause in an agreement: a severable contract

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Example sentences
Severable services are to be awarded and the period of performance begins in the fiscal year in which funds are available.
After this review it was determined that the work of this proposed contract is not severable from the work of the insurance claim.
The services are determined to be non-severable in nature.
The maintenance actions for this contract are considered non-severable.
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