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Contract Ambiguity is the state of a clause or some language within a contract being unclear, uncertain, open to interpretation, or an instance of that state.
Ambiguity can also arise if it's unclear what a party generally intended.
Contract ambiguity can be caused by the overall agreement or something more specific such as a word, phrase or clause.
Ambiguity can lead to contract breaches and disputes if it isn't addressed.