[ UK /ˌɪndˈɛmnɪti/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈdɛmnəti, ˌɪnˈdɛmnɪti/ ]
  1. a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
  2. protection against future loss
  3. legal exemption from liability for damages
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How To Use indemnity In A Sentence

  • The Court of Appeals held that Hallberg was judicially estopped from indemnity from Portland because his claim was factually inconsistent with claims he made defending the previous suit on which he had prevailed. One less bell to answer (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Other government plans to make all nurses take out indemnity insurance could worsen the blame culture, NT says. Times, Sunday Times
  • In its defence the Third Party has admitted liability by the defendant but denies any obligation for contribution or indemnity.
  • Indemnity hinges upon the principal continuing in business and exploiting the agent's connection.
  • TCM has two of the best: Double Indemnity (tonight, 8 ET/5 PT), a seminal double-cross film noir starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray (in a far cry from his My Three Sons days); and Swing Time (10 ET/7 PT), which may just be the best of the Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers films, and is the only one to address hard economic times. Critic's Corner Wednesday
  • The applicant is to pay the costs of the respondent of the summons on an indemnity basis.
  • Schedule of repayment of vendor loans Tax indemnity for 7 years.
  • The central strategy of the housing announcement is a new-build indemnity scheme, which will target first-time buyers by encouraging lenders to provide 95% loan-to-value mortgages on newly built homes. U.K. Plans Housing Scheme
  • They paid an indemnity to the victim after the accident.
  • The spirit indemnity means produce because of violating the personality power of indemnification system.
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