- /nɒk-fə-nɒk əˈgrimənt/ (say nok-fuh-nok uh'greemuhnt)
an agreement between insurance companies, whereby each company bears the loss to its own policy holder without requiring the policy holder to bring an action against the other party involved, as in a car accident.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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