from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act of indemnifying.
- n. The condition of being indemnified.
- n. Something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or process of indemnifying, preserving, or securing against loss, damage, or penalty.
- n. A reimbursement of loss, damage, or penalty.
- n. The state of being indemnified.
- n. That which indemnifies.
- n. indemnity
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. 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.
- n. That which indemnifies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of indemnifying or securing against loss, damage, or penalty.
- n. That which indemnifies; reparation; reimbursement.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
- n. an act of compensation for actual loss or damage or for trouble and annoyance
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With all the precaution taken, the French nuclear pollution had affected nearby indigenous groups and the French government has been entangled in indemnification claims and protests.
After first introducing the idea of indemnification, I explained the role warranties and representations play in risk allocation.
All these people, more than 100,000 peasant families, received the right to own land without indemnification, that is, without needing to make a payment of any kind, (? with) the peasant being released from the payment of rent or the delivery of part of his products.
QA3's attorney, Thomas Dahlk, a partner at Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP, acknowledged that the indemnification is a complicated legal issue and questions the Provident trustee's legal standing in its suit against QA3 and dozens of other broker-dealers.
She suggests indemnification, which is exactly what the marketplace offered and users accepted from folks like Red Hat and HP and Oracle and Novell, which proved to be a fine avoidance strategy to any SCOsource license.
The vote rejecting the CSX protection, called indemnification, was 23-16.
The vaccine cooked up by Big Pharma left some victims dead and others crippled with Guillain-Barré syndrome, but this was not a concern for the drug companies because the government had granted them indemnification, that is to say they would not be held responsible.
In other words, he explains, producers won't submit their animals for analysis without a guarantee of indemnification, meaning economic protection to recover losses should the virus be discovered.
Now, businesses will be more likely to require installation of GNU/Linux with "indemnification," such as Red Hat Linux of Suse Linux, increasing substantially the price of initial implementation and adding to recurring costs.
The President is further authorized and directed to execute all papers in connection therewith, including the agreement of indemnification which is required by the Company on liquidation of "Class A" stock of the General