according to the tenor


according to the tenor
According to the meaning or purport. The words "according to the tenor" of a specified policy, inserted in a renewal receipt for accident insurance, import the policy arid all contained therein or thereon, so that the policy and the receipt together constitute the insurance contract. 29 Am J Rev ed Ins § 363.

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