- in·dem·nif·i·ca·to·ry [in-dem-nif-uh-kuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], /ˌɪn dɛmˈnɪf ə kəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/, adjective
- pre·in·dem·ni·fi·ca·tion, noun
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How to use indemnification in a sentence
Gloria’s office argued the indemnification is a worthwhile sacrifice for more certainty – and the ability to sever its ties with former landlord Cisterra Development.All 101 Ash Legal Battles Didn’t End with Settlement Deal | Lisa Halverstadt | August 9, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Schwartz says there’s little data to support the idea that ending qualified immunity would be costly to police officers because of widespread indemnification laws.The Debate Over Qualified Immunity Is at the Heart of Police Reform. Here’s What to Know | Madeleine Carlisle | June 3, 2021 | Time
COVAX also put in place incentives to ensure manufacturers could produce doses at scale the moment they were authorized, as well as ensuring that important no-fault compensation, indemnification and liability legal safety nets were in place.The World Isn’t Getting Vaccinated Fast Enough. Here Are 4 Ways to Fix That | Seth Berkley | May 11, 2021 | Time
I was on the hook for all kinds of indemnification in case something went wrong, because this wasn’t standard testing.How Much Do We Really Care About Children? (Ep. 447) | Stephen J. Dubner | January 14, 2021 | Freakonomics
He must go to London, and take what indemnification he might in the domestic circle previously to starting.
It then became necessary to ascertain the amount of indemnification due to the injured party.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Six | Abraham Lincoln
We must look to Jack for indemnification, as I think it was the plan that he should live at Lickinghole.
An estimate of the gross amount might be made, and a corresponding sum appropriated for indemnification.The Critical Period of American History | John Fiske
As an indemnification for the loss of their slaves, the owners obtained, on the average, about one-third of the value of them.The Cape and the Kaffirs | Harriet Ward