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Owners in need of this service, when they retain the services of contractors to do this work, usually have to agree to hold harmless and indemnify the service contractors.
This conclusion is not dependent on the presence of a hold harmless clause, but is bolstered by such language.
Appraiser shall indemnify and hold harmless the client, and its officers, agents and employees, for all losses, claims, liabilities and damages arising out of or as the result of any negligent act or omission by appraiser, or appraiser's employees, agents or subcontractors, in the performance of appraiser's professional services under this agreement.
A hold harmless agreement is a common type of insured contract.
INDEMNIFICATION: ACCOUNTANT shall hold harmless DISTRICT, its agents, officers and employees from and against any liability, claims, actions, costs, damages or losses of any kind, arising from, or in connection with, the performance by ACCOUNTANT or its agents, officers and employees under this Agreement insofar as such performance results from ACCOUNTANT'S negligent, reckless, or willful act or omission.
In California, where these insurance and legal remedy requirements have been in place for about 10 years, the hold harmless language exists in the subcontractor agreement.
Johanns said he thinks this is "an important breakthrough" on his part in terms of "guaranteeing to hold harmless the U.
Hold harmless agreements afford a certain amount of security, but extend only as far as the contractor's solvency and available assets.
Vendor agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the association and its officers, directors, employees, members, volunteers, agents, successors, and assigns, from any and all losses, claims, demands, suits, costs, expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) of whatever nature and description arising from or in connection with Vendor's breach of this contract, or Vendor's negligence or willful misconduct, or a third-party claim arising out of Vendor's performance under this contract.
DPM recommends that all future roof contracts involving torched down roof systems require a hold harmless clause from the contractor if he or his propane supplier has an accident on the premises of the co-op or condo while delivering the propane canisters.
Most HMO contracts include hold harmless and indemnification clauses.