indemnify


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secure against future loss, damage, or liability

make amends for

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The revised statute, effective July 1, 2001, now permits one party to a construction contract to indemnify the other party for its own negligent conduct as long as a stipulated monetary limitation of liability exists.
Including a provision requiring that the other party "indemnify, defend, and hold harmless" the association can provide an increased level of security.
The FOP argued that the question of whether the city must indemnify the officers isone thatwill likely be addressed on a case-by-case basis and "litigated by those parties that may be affected by such a ruling."
However, this reading would contradict the language from the basic insuring agreement, which clearly provides that Hartford's duty to indemnify applies when the retained limit is exhausted by liability costs.
Great West, in turn, moved for a bench trial on the issue of its duty to indemnify Penske.
An insurer could not enforce an indemnification clause in its insured's architectural contract because provisions requiring contractors to indemnify other parties for negligence are void in their entirety underCode 11-4.1.<br />Background<br />Defendant Lessard Design Inc.
The law seeks to indemnify victims of physical and emotional torture during the presidency of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
In this particular Court of Cassation case, an insurance company (the "Defendant") refused an indemnify to a beneficiary (the "Claimant") under a life insurance policy (the "Policy").
MidCountry disputed the claims that it breached its contract with NAMC and that it had a duty to indemnify NAMC.
Namely, compensations are allocated to indemnify citizens but the initial sense of humanity and solidarity was replaced with ugly human nature lurking from under the surface.
Phil Flanagan sued the firm that refused to indemnify him after he sent a tweet falsely implying Ulster Unionist MP Tom Elliott had harassed and shot people.
A proposal that attorneys should indemnify clerks of court if the attorneys fail to identify confidential information, which is then accidentally made public, has been referred to the Bar's Rules of Judicial Administration Committee.
In deciding whether to pursue and how to defend litigation, in-house counsel should determine whether insurance coverage exists, provides a duty to defend and/or indemnify, and whether other indemnity rights exist.
India is offering to set up an insurance pool to indemnify global nuclear suppliers against liability in the case of a nuclear accident in a bid to unblock billions of dollars in trade held up by concerns over exposure to risk.
It is well-established that the duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify. Often touted as being "axiomatic," if there is a potential for coverage under the CGL policy, there is a duty to defend a suit.