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The principle of indemnity is the principle of restoration after a loss. It restores the injured party to the original position he was before the loss occured.
The principle of indemnity is one of the most important rules in insurance. The principle of subrogation and indemnity protects someone from multiple claims.
The principle Êof indemnity state that the insured Êcan be compensated for an amount equal to his economic loss Êbut not more. This means an insured cannot be compensated an amount exceedingÊeconomic loss.Ê
insurance works on the principle of indemnity, law of large numbers, principles of utmost faith etc.
All insurance is based on the principle of "Indemnity". Regulatory wise often refers to "Financial Responsibility".
The liability coverage on your insurance policy provides compensation for a another party to whom you may be liable for loss or damages. The intent under the principle of indemnity is to make whole, or to restore the claimant / injured party through compensation as realistically as possible to the previous condition before the loss occurred.
A counter guarantee is a guarantee given by the surety to the principle debtor providing him with continuing indemnity against the loss or damage that the surety may suffer on account of default on the part of the principle debtor
That existence can be ordered and controlled
Dumbbell Indemnity was created on 1998-03-01.
contact of insurance is an example of indemnity contracts