Contracts

Understanding Contract Terms (post 2): Indemnification

Last week we started a new contracts series where we explore common terms you see in various contracts and break them down so you can understand exactly what the term means, and its role in your contract. Today’s post will look into the definition of indemnification.

Webster’s Dictionary defines indemnification as “the action of indemnifying” or “the condition of being indemnified,” which is far from helpful. To indemnify is to “secure against hurt, loss, or damage.” Now we’re getting somewhere.

In simple terms, a typical indemnification clause allows you to seek reimbursement for money that you are forced to pay to a third party as a result of injuries or property loss caused by another person’s actions. For example, let’s say that...

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