LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. 7.1 Workers’ Compensation Insurance. The Contractor shall maintain workers’ compensation insurance as required under the Florida Workers’ Compensation Law or the workers’ compensation law of another jurisdiction where applicable. The Contractor must require all subcontractors to similarly provide workers’ compensation insurance for all of the latter’s employees. In the event work is being performed by the Contractor under the Contract and any class of employees performing the work is not protected under Workers’ Compensation statutes, the Contractor must provide, and cause each subcontractor to provide, adequate insurance satisfactory to the Department, for the protection of employees not otherwise protected.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. 7.1 To the extent permitted by law, in no event will Accenture be liable for any lost revenues, lost profits, incidental, indirect, consequential, special or punitive damages. To the extent permitted by law, in no event will Accenture’s aggregate liability to Supplier for all claims exceed the total price payable by Accenture to Supplier under the Agreement.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. (a) No liability: DFMC will not be responsible for payment of your milk if it is not collected by DFMC due to:
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE a) The Exhibitor shall obtain and maintain at its own expense a comprehensive general liability and all risk property insurance policy acceptable to MPE for the period commencing on the first move-in date and terminating on the last move-out date. The policy shall name MPE as additional insured and insure the Exhibitor against all claims of any kind arising from or in any way connected with the Exhibitor’s presence or operations at the Show. The policy shall provide coverage of at least $1,000,000 for each separate occurrence. At the request of MPE, the Exhibitor shall provide MPE with a copy of such policy.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. Each Party is liable for its acts and omissions in relation to the conduct of the Project. Each Party must maintain such insurances as are necessary to provide indemnity to it in relation to any liability which it may incur in conducting the Project or performing its obligations under this Agreement. A Party satisfies the requirements of clause 9.2 if it is entitled to indemnity under a program or scheme of insurance or indemnity that is arranged by a department or agency of a State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. 14.1 The Recipient shall be liable for and shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Authority from and against any loss or damage incurred and any injury (including death) suffered and all actions, claims, costs, demands, proceedings, damages, charges and expenses whatsoever brought against the Authority and arising in connection with the management (including financial management) and delivery of the Project to the extent that such loss, damage, injury (including death), actions, claims, costs, demands, proceedings, damages, charges and expenses are due to the negligence of the Recipient or the default of the Recipient in carrying out its obligations under this Agreement.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. 12.1 Bolt is not liable for the performance of the Sales Agreement nor for any claims presented under the Sales Agreement, including but not limited to cases of sale and/or handing over of alcoholic beverages or any other Goods controlled under applicable local laws to Clients who are below the required minimum age and only during the times allowed under applicable laws.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE. The host organization and the intern declare that they possess civil liability coverage. For internships abroad or in overseas territories, the intern agrees to take out a travel assistance insurance contract (repatriation for health reasons, legal assistance, etc.) and an individual accident insurance policy. When the host organization makes a vehicle available to the intern, it is its responsibility to check beforehand that the car’s insurance policy includes coverage for its use by a student. When the student is to use his own vehicle or a vehicle loaned by a third party for purposes of his internship, he shall expressly inform the insurer of the vehicle and, where applicable, pay the corresponding premium.