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To secure against loss or damage; to insure

The states must at last engage to the merchants here that they will indemnify them from all that shall fall out.

To compensate or reimburse someone for some expense or injury

The lender of a thing for use must indemnify the borrower for damage caused by defects or vices in it, which he knew at the time of lending, and concealed from the borrower.

To restore the victim of a loss to the same position as before the loss occcurred
To agree to compensate or reimburse a party in the event of a loss, thus offering protection against risk
An agreement whereby the Principal and/or others agree to make a reimbursement to the surety for any loss the surety may incur under the bond
To indemnify someone against something bad happening means to promise to protect them, especially financially, if it happens. They agreed to indemnify the taxpayers against any loss It doesn't have the money to indemnify everybody
To make restitution or compensation for, as for that which is lost; to make whole; to reimburse; to compensate. Beattie
To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to insure
Used in insurance policy agreements as to compensation for damage or loss Hold harmless
secure against future loss, damage, or liability; give security for; "This plan indemnifies workers against wages lost through illness
General To restore the victim of a loss to the same position as before the loss occurred
To restore the victim of a loss, in whole or in part, by payment, repair or replacement
- To restore the victim of a loss, in whole or in part, by payment, repair, or replacement
The cornerstone principle of the insurance agreement, it is to place an insured in the same financial position as just prior to the loss, no better or worse off
To take responsibility for the losses and damages suffered by another person
Used in the context of insurance policies to refer to the agreement to compensate for damage or loss
To restore an individual to the approximate financial position occupied before the loss
To make payment for a loss
make amends for; pay compensation for; "One can never fully repair the suffering and losses of the Jews in the Third Reich"; "She was compensated for the loss of her arm in the accident"
Provide financial compensation for losses
To restore the victim of a loss to the same position as before the loss occurred (G)
To make restitution or compensation for, as for that which is lost; to make whole; to reimburse; to compensate
to compensate someone for loss or injury, etc
To secure against hurt, loss or damage; to make compensation to for incurred hurt, loss or damage
{f} pay for loss or damage, compensate, reimburse; insure against possible loss or damage
Where a person makes up for the loss a person has suffered due to an act or default of another •Insurance - General
To make good a loss
To make a loss good to the one who has suffered it Sound property insurance only indemnifies and doesn’t make the beneficiary any richer
To provide compensation for loss or expenses incurred
To restore the victim of a loss to the same position as before the loss occurred
To make good or compensate or reimburse one of a loss already incurred by him or her
To reimburse one as a result of any damages or losses they suffer
secure against future loss, damage, or liability; give security for; "This plan indemnifies workers against wages lost through illness"
To secure; to secure against loss To make payment for a loss
To reimburse or compensate Directors and officers of corporations are often reimbursed or indemnified for all the expenses they may have incurred during the incorporation process
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The act or process of indemnifying, preserving, or securing against loss, damage, or penalty; reimbursement of loss, damage, or penalty; the state of being indemnified
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{v} to maintain unhurt, to secure
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condition, usually contractual, of being protected against possible damage, loss, or suit
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That which indemnifies
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an act of compensation for actual loss or damage or for trouble and annoyance
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The act of guaranteeing another repayment in the event of a loss
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Restoring the victim of a loss by payment, repair, or replacement, to the same financial condition that existed immediately before the loss (no better, no worse)   Indemnification under your policy is subject to the terms, Conditions, and limitations of the contract
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An agreement to compensate securities lending clients for damage or loss Global custodians may offer to indemnify a lender against several types of risk, including broker/dealer default, market risk on the difference between the value of the securities out on loan and the value of the underlying collateral; or reinvestment risk associated with cash collateral Contingent liabilities associated with indemnified contracts impose additional capital requirements for the agent bank or custodian
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If the provider is being held liable for charges for noncovered services and has received payment from the beneficiary for payment of the noncovered charges, Medicare will not hold the beneficiary responsible, except for the applicable deductible and coinsurance amounts Any such indemnification payments will be considered overpayments to the provider
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Financial protection provided by a corporation to its directors, officers, and employees against expenses and liabilities incurred by them in lawsuits alleging that they breached some duty in their service to or on behalf of the corporation
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Protection or exemption from loss or damage
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A promise to compensate for loss or damage sustained as a result of a stated set of circumstances
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Compensation for a loss and/or the expenses incurred
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In the pesticide program, legal requirement that EPA pay certain end-users, dealers, and distributors for the cost of stock on hand at the time a pesticide registration is suspended
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{i} payment made for loss or damage, compensation, restitution; recompense, reimbursement
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The principal's duty to compensate the agent for liabilities (damages, losses or expenses) which the agent incurs in carrying out his/her responsibilities
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a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
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An agreement that provides for one party to bear the costs, either directly or by reimbursement, for damages or losses incurred by a second party
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Tenant agrees to save, protect and indemnify Landlord against, and to hold Landlord harmless from, any and all claims, demands, losses, costs, expenses, judgments and damages, punitive and actual, in connection with, resulting from or arising out of any actual or alleged act or omission, activity, accident or occurrence in or about the demised premises or common areas, whether resulting in personal injury or damage to person and/or property or otherwise, and whether denominated as tort, consumer protection, breach of contract or warranty, express or implied, slander, libel, false imprisonment, or other action or remedy provided by common or civil law, including, without limitation, any costs, expenses or attorneys' fees which are incurred on any appeal or in bankruptcy, arbitration or mediation proceedings
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Protection from, or compensation for, damage, loss, or injury
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(1)The act of indemnifying (2) The condition of being indemnified
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Compensation to the victim of a loss, in whole or in part, by payment, repair, or replacement
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{s} insured against loss or damage; compensated for loss or damage
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{i} compensator; one who pays damages; one who makes restitution
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{i} insuring; compensating
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