General Liability Coverage. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain commercial general liability insurance in an amount of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage. If a commercial general liability insurance form or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to the work to be performed under this Agreement or the general aggregate limit shall be at least twice the required occurrence limit.
General Liability Coverage. Paragraph 1: The Board shall provide general liability coverage with a minimum single liability limit of at least $500,000. This coverage, in accordance with its definitions and exclusions, will defend and pay on behalf of those teachers covered all sums for which those teachers covered shall become legally obligated to pay within the stated occurrence limits as damages because of bodily injury or property damage. This coverage will include corporal punishment within the definition of damages for bodily injury. This coverage will also include teachers who transport pupils within the course and scope of their employment either voluntarily with permission of an appropriate administrator or because of the requirements of a supplemental assignment. The employees of the Board will be included within this coverage. The Board shall not be obligated beyond any standard liability coverage that is provided or is able reasonably to be purchased in the future.
General Liability Coverage. 9.1.1 Seller shall maintain during the performance hereof, General Liability Insurance2 of not less than $1,000,000 if the Facility’s Nameplate is over 100 kW, $500,000 if the Facility’s Nameplate is over 20 kW to 100kW or $100,000 if the Facility’ Nameplate is 20 kW or below of combined single limit or equivalent for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage as the result of any one occurrence.
General Liability Coverage. Seller shall, at its own expense and at all times from the Effective Date until the Term End Date, maintain in effect the following insurance policies and minimum limits of coverage (and such additional coverage as may be required by Applicable Law), in each case with insurance companies authorized to do business in California having an A.M. Best’s Insurance Rating of A minus: VII or better, and in each case specifying Buyer as an insured on the policy. The insurance required in this Section
General Liability Coverage. Higher One shall, at its sole expense, obtain and maintain throughout the Term, policies of commercial general liability insurance which may include excess umbrella insurance, including contractual liability, having such terms and such limits as are reasonably required by Bank from time to time, but in any event an aggregate limit of not less than Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000), and a per occurrence limit of not less than Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000).
General Liability Coverage. LICENSOR shall obtain and keep in force, for the mutual benefit of LICENSOR and OPERATOR, general liability insurance against claims or suits for bodily injuries, including death therefrom, and property damage, arising out of the ownership, maintenance, operation or use of the Stores, and caused by the negligence or other misconduct of LICENSOR, its employees or third parties in an amount not less than a single limit of liability of $5,000,000 per occurrence.
General Liability Coverage. The Premises and Operations Liability Insurance Coverage (LS-1) is the standard insuring agreement forming a part of this policy. We pay up to $25,000 (or the additional amount specified on the Declarations or Supplemental Declarations) for bodily injury and property damage caused by an occurrence within the coverage territory during the policy period. The LS-1, or any substitute form shown on the Supplemental Declarations, will be included in it's entirety with this policy. The complete Premises and Operations Liability Insurance Coverage (or other insuring form which you select) consists of the Declarations Page, Supplemental Declarations Page, the LS-1 Booklet (or other insuring form booklet that you selected) and other endorsements which may be added, including State required endorsements. It is important that you read each part of your policy carefully to understand the coverage provided, your obligations and our obligations under the policy. Each coverage part is subject to all of the terms relating to that coverage. INCIDENTAL COVERAGES This policy also provides Incidental Coverages. These Incidental Coverages are subject to all of the terms of the applicable Principal Coverage. These Incidental Coverages do not increase the amount of insurance stated for the Principal Coverage.
General Liability Coverage. Minimum limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 annual aggregate for all liability must be provided with excess or umbrella insurance making up the difference, if any, between the policy limits of underlying policies (including employer’s liability required in the worker's compensation coverage section) and the total amount of coverage required. Coverage A shall include Bodily Injury and Property Damage liability for premises, operations, products and completed operations, independent contractors, contractual liability covering this agreement, contract or lease, broad form property damage coverages, and property damage resulting from explosion, collapse or underground (XCU) exposures cannot be excluded (IF THE WORK INVOLVES DEMOLITION/DESTRUCTION OF STRUCTURES, TRENCH WORK OR ANY WORK UNDERGROUND OR BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE GROUND.) Coverage B shall include Personal Injury. Coverage C, Medical Payments, is required. Even If the work covered by this submission is covered by both Bid and Performance bonds, the Offeror is required to continue to purchase products and completed operations coverage, at least to satisfy this agreement, contract, or lease, for a minimum of three years beyond the County's acceptance of renovation or construction projects. Products Liability coverage must be included in the CGL form if the Offeror is manufacturing or providing any product as a distributor for a manufacturer to the County. Minimum limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 Products/Completed Operations Aggregate must be in the policy and evidenced by Certificate. (See Section F. item (5) for more information)