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EXCEPTION

An item that ought to be included in a category but that is eliminated. Exceptions arise in numerous contexts in law:

1. Statutory exceptions are intended to restrain the enacting clause or to exclude something that would otherwise be within it, or to modify it in some manner
2. An exception to a court’s ruling is an objection to such ruling or the act of calling to the attention of a court an error made by the same or a different court
3. Exception is also used generally to mean the withholding from conveyance of some estate or interest in the land conveyed
Source: Barron's Dictionary of Legal Terms, Steven H. Gifis, 5th Edition; ©
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