Excess Liability Insurance Sample Clauses

Excess Liability Insurance. $___________________ minimum required insurance policy for anything other than General Liability or Automobile coverage. ☐ - Additional Insurance Requirement: Client, Contractor, and any other entity which the Contractor is required to name as an additional insured under the Prime Contract shall be named as additional insureds under the General Liability Insurance required by this Section and any such insurance afforded to the additional insureds shall apply as primary insurance. Any other insurance maintained by the Client or Contractor shall be excess insurance and shall not be called upon to contribute to Subcontractor’s primary or excess insurance carrier’s duty to defend or indemnify unless required by law. The excess insurance required above shall also afford additional insured protection to Client and Contractor. This Section shall in no event be construed to require that additional insured insurance coverage be provided to a greater extent than permitted under the statutes or public policy governed under State law. Certificates of Insurance. Certificates of insurance, and the required additional insured and other endorsements, including waivers of subrogation shall be furnished to Contractor before the performance of any Services.
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Excess Liability Insurance. Commencing at the time of entry of any person on its behalf upon any construction site for the Network Upgrades, Interconnection Facilities, or Generating Facility, the Participating TO and the Interconnection Customer shall maintain Excess Liability insurance over and above the Employer's Liability Commercial General Liability and Business Automobile Liability Insurance coverage, with a minimum limit of Twenty Million Dollars ($20,000,000) per occurrence/Twenty Million Dollars ($20,000,000) aggregate. Such insurance carried by the Participating TO shall include the Interconnection Customer and CAISO as additional insured with respect to the LGIA, and such insurance carried by the Interconnection Customer shall include the Participating TO and CAISO as an additional insured with respect to the LGIA. The requirements of Section 18.3.2 and 18.3.4 may be met by any combination of general and excess liability insurance.
Excess Liability Insurance. 15.1.2.1 If Developer’s underlying policy limits are less than required, subject to 15.1.2.3 below, Developer may procure and maintain, during the life of the Project, an Excess Liability Insurance Policy to meet the policy limit requirements of the required policies in order to satisfy, in aggregate with its underlying policy, the insurance requirements herein.
Excess Liability Insurance. In an amount not less than Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000.00) per occurrence and Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000.00) per location aggregate limit, applying on a primary, non-contributory basis irrespective of any other insurance, whether collectible or not, and applying in excess over all limits and coverages noted in paragraphs (i) and (ii) above. This policy shall be written on an “occurrence” basis and shall be endorsed to name HTFC and the State of New York as “Additional Insureds”. In addition-
Excess Liability Insurance. Commencing at the time of entry of any person on its behalf upon any construction site for the Distribution Upgrades, Interconnection Facilities, or Generating Facility, the Distribution Provider and the Interconnection Customer shall maintain excess liability insurance over and above the Employers’ Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Business Automobile Liability Insurance coverage, with a minimum limit of one million dollars per MW, of Generating Facility capacity, rounded up to the nearest MW, per occurrence, up to a maximum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) per occurrence/twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) aggregate. Such insurance carried by the Distribution Provider shall name the Interconnection Customer as an additional insured, and such insurance carried by the Interconnection Customer shall name the Distribution Provider as an additional insured.
Excess Liability Insurance. Excess Liability coverage shall be maintained over the required Employers Liability, Commercial General Liability, Business Auto Liability and Marine Liability policies in an amount not less than Three Hundred Fifty Million and No/100 Dollars ($350,000,000.00) per occurrence and in the aggregate annually (where applicable). The annual aggregate limit applicable to Commercial General Liability shall apply per location. Tenant will use commercially reasonable efforts to obtain coverage as broad as the underlying insurance, including Terrorism Liability coverage, so long as such coverage is available at a commercially reasonable price.
Excess Liability Insurance in the umbrella form, with limits of at least $10,000,000 combined single limit for each occurrence.
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Excess Liability Insurance. Excess Liability Insurance with a limit of not less than $4,000,000.
Excess Liability Insurance. Commencing at the time of entry of any person on its behalf upon any construction site for the Distribution Upgrades, Interconnection Facilities, or Generating Facility, the Distribution Provider and the Interconnection Customer shall maintain excess liability insurance over and above the Employers’ Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Business Automobile Liability Insurance coverage, with a minimum limit of one million dollars per MW, of Generating Facility capacity, rounded up to the nearest MW, per occurrence, up to a maximum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) per occurrence/twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) aggregate. Such insurance carried by the Distribution Provider shall include the Interconnection Customer as an additional insured with respect to the GIA, and such insurance carried by the Interconnection Customer shall include the Distribution Provider as an additional insured with respect to the GIA. The requirements of Article 18.3.2 and 18.3.4 may be met by any combination of general and excess liability insurance.
Excess Liability Insurance. The Contractor shall include the City and its employees, subcontractors and servants as additional insureds in said policies except Workers Compensation and shall provide endorsements evidencing such coverage upon City’s request. In addition, Consultant shall carry professional liability insurance covering Consultants negligent acts, errors, or omissions in its performance of professional services with policy limits of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) per claim and two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) in the annual aggregate. All insurance policies as required of the Consultant in this Agreement shall be written by a company or companies authorized to do business in the State of Alabama. Contractor shall promptly file the certificates of all coverage required hereunder with City within ten (10) days of the effective date of this Agreement. Each insurance policy and certificate shall provide, in effect, that the policy may not be cancelled for reasons other than the non-payment of premium by the insurer until thirty (30) days after the insurer shall have notified the City of such action in writing by sending the same to the point of contact identified in Section 10. Consultant’s insurance affording additional insured coverage as required herein shall provide primary coverage as relates to other insurance carried by the City.
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