HELL-OR-HIGH-WATER RULE

HELL-OR-HIGH-WATER RULE

hell-or-high-water rule.

1. The principle that a personal-property lessee must pay the full rent due, regardless of any claim against the lessor, unless the lessee proves unequal bargaining power or unconscionability. [Cases: Bailment 20. C.J.S. Bailments ¡ì¡ì 76¨C78.]

2. Insurance. The principle that an insured’s automobile-liability policy will cover the insured while using a vehicle owned by another if the insured uses the vehicle in a manner within the scope of the permission granted. [Cases: Insurance 2662. C.J.S. Insurance ¡ì¡ì 928, 1049, 1673.]


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