indemnifiable

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indemnifiable

[ɪnˌdɛmnɪˈfaɪəbl] adjindennizzabile, risarcibile
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The agreement provides that USD 1m of the total up-front consideration will be held back for 18 months to satisfy any indemnifiable claims that may arise pursuant to the terms of the agreement.
I am of the opinion that the words "Fire or Otherwise" would mean any nature of Loss or Damage either by a Physical Fire so set-up or of any other description of Loss or Damage, caused to the Subject-matter of Insurance, as a consequence of the "Impact" with "Road Vehicles or Horses or Cattles", would be indemnifiable within the purview of the relative Fire Insurance Policy by virtue of the Impact Damage Endorsement under reference.
Limits of the Centripetal Force: Not All Actions by the Host State Represent an Indemnifiable Treaty Breach.
A derivative suit settlement is typically not indemnifiable, because if it were to be indemnified, the company would make payment to itself.
The agreement provides that USD1,800,000 of the total consideration will be held back for two years to satisfy any indemnifiable claims that may arise pursuant to the terms of the Agreement.
Generally it provides that claims are paid for persons before parties (entities) and non-indemnifiable claims prior to indemnifiable claims.
This last feature is key: '[o]ne and the same event acquires a dual status: on the one hand, a happening with the uniqueness of the irreparable; on the other, an indemnifiable risk' (Ewald 1991, p.
1) Include in "priority of payments" language (also known as "order of payments" language) a provision that, in the event of claims against directors and officers and the entity itself, the D&O policy will first pay non-indemnifiable claims of directors and officers (Side A claims) before paying indemnifiable claims on behalf of the corporation (Side B claims) and claims against the corporation itself (Side C claims).
Troy) held that a former director's right to advancement of expenses under a corporation's bylaws did not vest until an indemnifiable claim was asserted.
In this case, the Delaware Chancery Court surprised many by holding that a former director's right to advancement of expenses (and possibly, by extension, indemnification) could be eliminated by an amendment to the bylaws before an indemnifiable claim was asserted.
The nuances of indemnification law will be discussed in greater detail in later chapters, but it is important to note that most "wrongful" conduct of directors and officers will be indemnifiable, and in fact indemnified, by the corporation.
28, 2007) ("The parties often negotiate the indemnification provision's duration, any basket or deductible on indemnifiable claims, and the ceiling or cap on damages recoverable from the indemnifying party.