indemnify


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secure against future loss, damage, or liability

make amends for

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Addressing first whether a notice of claim was required, we conclude that the Appellate Division properly rejected defendant's argument that a May 16, 1985 Erie County Resolution entitled "Liability Insurance for the Sheriff's Department" statutorily obligates the county to indemnify defendant Sheriff for purposes of General Municipal Law [section] 50-e (1) (b).
For example, in jurisdictions recognizing implied or equitable indemnity, if two tortfeasors are both liable for an injury, but one was an active tortfeasor and one a passive one, a court may require the active tortfeasor to indemnify the passive tortfeasor.
Does this restriction detract from the axiom that the duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify when only limited information can be used?
However, if the employee sues Company B, which is covered by the knock-for-knock provision, then Company A has the obligation to indemnify Company B.
In other words, your insurer could indemnify a liability incurred by one of your vendors, and submit an invoice for the deductible amount to you.
The AMC could conceivably take the position that the appraiser is required to indemnify the AMC for losses resulting from the AMC's own negligence--say, for instance, the AMC instructed the appraiser to appraise the wrong property.
In this regard, the Delaware statute provides that a corporation through a consolidation or merger may indemnify the acquired company's directors, officers, employees, or agents to the same extent that the acquired company could have.
They can be as simple as a one-page document stating that the company shall indemnify you to the fullest extent permitted by law, or 15 or more pages detailing your substantive and procedural rights to indemnification.
In Florida, general contractors often seek to require that their subcontractors indemnify them for the negligence of the architect, owner, engineer, and the general contractor.
Schwartz told press at LinuxWorld: "I'm going to indemnify my customers' products.
It is prepared to indemnify the agencies while it searches to find a permanent solution to the problem.
It is important to have insurance coverage protecting the association if it is required to indemnify those officers, directors, or employees serving at the association's request on the boards of other organizations.
If a foot-and-mouth outbreak occurs in the United States, USDA will indemnify livestock producers whose animals must be destroyed to prevent a spread of the disease, Ag Secretary Ann Veneman told the House Ag Appropriations subcommittee.
only to an investor who would indemnify the bank against any current and future claims made by Tahari.
The concept of insurance shifts the risk of a potential economic loss during a period from an insured to an insurer, with the insurer willing to indemnify the insured against that loss.