Required Coverage Sample Clauses

Required Coverage. Commercial General Liability - The Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage issued on the most recent version of the ISO form as filed for use in Florida or its equivalent, with a limit of liability of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence. Vendor/Contractor further agrees coverage shall not contain any endorsement(s) excluding or limiting Product/Completed Operations, Contractual Liability, or Separation of Insureds. The General Aggregate limit shall either apply separately to this contract or shall be at least twice the required occurrence limit. Required Endorsements: Additional Insured- CG 20 26 or CG 20 10/CG 20 37 or their equivalents. Note: CG 20 10 must be accompanied by CG 20 37 to include products/completed operations Waiver of Transfer of Rights of Recovery- CG 24 04 or its equivalent. Note: If blanket endorsements are being submitted please include the entire endorsement and the applicable policy number. Business Automobile Liability - The Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for all owned; non-owned and hired vehicles issued on the most recent version of the ISO form as filed for use in Florida or its equivalent, with limits of not less than $500,000 (five hundred thousand dollars) per accident. In the event the Vendor/Contractor does not own automobiles the Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for hired and non-owned auto liability, which may be satisfied by way of endorsement to the Commercial General Liability policy or separate Business Auto Liability policy.
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Required Coverage. The City shall be an Additional Insured under this Agreement, and all policies, except Professional Liability and Worker’s Compensation, shall explicitly name the City as an Additional Insured. The City shall enjoy the same coverage as the Named Insured without regard to other Agreement provisions. Contractor waives any claim or right of subrogation to recover against the City, its officers, agents, or employees, and each of Contractor’s insurance policies except professional liability must contain coverage waiving such claim. Each policy, except Workers’ Compensation and Professional Liability, must also contain an endorsement that the policy is primary to any other insurance available to the Additional Insured with respect to claims arising under this Agreement. If professional liability coverage is written on a “claims made” basis, Contractor shall also provide proof of renewal each year for two years after substantial completion of the Project, or in the alternative: evidence of extended reporting period coverage for a period of two years after substantial completion, or a project liability policy for the Project covered by this Agreement with a duration of two years after substantial completion. All certificates of insurance submitted by Contractor shall be accompanied by endorsements for: (i) Additional Insured coverage in favor of the City for Commercial General Liability and Automobile Liability policies; and (ii) Waivers of Subrogation in favor of the City for Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability and Workers’ Compensation/Employers’ Liability policies. The Director will consider all other forms on a case-by- case basis.
Required Coverage. The City shall be an Additional Insured under this Contract, and all policies, except Professional Liability and Worker's Compensation, shall explicitly name the City as an Additional Insured. The City shall enjoy the same coverage as the Named Insured without regard to other Contract provisions. Contactor waives any claim or right of subrogation to recover against the City, its officers, agents, or employees, and each of Contractor’s insurance policies except professional liability must contain coverage waiving such claim. Each policy, except Workers’ Compensation and Professional Liability, must also contain an endorsement that the policy is primary to any other insurance available to the Additional Insured with respect to claims arising under this Contract. If professional liability coverage is written on a "claims made" basis, Contractor shall also provide proof of renewal each year for two years after substantial completion of the Project, or in the alternative: evidence of extended reporting period coverage for a period of two years after substantial completion, or a project liability policy for the Project covered by this Contract with a duration of two years after substantial completion.
Required Coverage. Seller, and anyone acting under its direction or control or on its behalf, shall, at its own expense, acquire and maintain, or cause to be maintained in full effect, commencing with the start of construction of the Facility, as applicable, and continuing throughout the Term, as applicable, the minimum insurance coverage set forth in Attachment R (Required Insurance), or such higher amounts as the Seller and/or the Facility Lender reasonably determines to be necessary during construction and operation of the Facility. Seller's indemnity and other obligations shall not be limited by the foregoing insurance requirements.
Required Coverage. Commercial General Liability - The Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage issued on the most recent version of the ISO form as filed for use in Florida or its equivalent, with a limit of liability of not less than $1,000,000 (One Million) per occurrence. Vendor/Contractor further agrees coverage shall not contain any endorsement(s) excluding or limiting Product/Completed Operations, Contractual Liability, or Separation of Insureds. The General Aggregate limit shall either apply separately to this contract or shall be at least twice the required occurrence limit. Required Endorsements: Additional Insured- CG 20 26 or CG 20 10/CG 20 37 or their equivalents. Note: CG 20 10 must be accompanied by CG 20 37 to include products/completed operations Waiver of Transfer of Rights of Recovery- CG 24 04 or its equivalent. Note: If blanket endorsements are being submitted please include the entire endorsement and the applicable policy number. Business Automobile Liability - The Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for all owned; non-owned and hired vehicles issued on the most recent version of the ISO form as filed for use in Florida or its equivalent, with limits of not less than $1,000,000 (One Million) per accident. In the event the Vendor/Contractor does not own automobiles the Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for hired and non- owned auto liability, which may be satisfied by way of endorsement to the Commercial General Liability policy or separate Business Auto Liability policy. Required Endorsements: MCS-90- for operations governed by the Sections 29 & 30 of the Motor Carrier Act of 1980 Workers' Compensation - The Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for its employees with statutory workers' compensation limits, and no less than $100,000 each incident of bodily injury or disease for Employers' Liability. Elective exemptions as defined in Florida Statute 440 will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Any Vendor/Contractor using an employee leasing company shall complete the Leased Employee Affidavit. Required Endorsements: Waiver of Subrogation- WC 00 03 13 or its equivalent Additional Coverage: Pollution Liability- with a limit of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence/claim When a self-insured retention or deductible exceeds $100,000 the COUNTY reserves the right to request a copy of Vendor/Contractor most recent annual report or audited financial statement. For policies written on a “Claims-Made” basis the Vendor/Contractor agrees to ma...
Required Coverage. At all times during the Agreement the Grantee, at its sole expense, shall maintain insurance coverage of such types and with such terms and limits described below. The limits of coverage under each policy maintained by the Grantee shall not be interpreted as limiting the Grantee’s liability and obligations under the Agreement. All insurance policies shall be through insurers licensed and authorized to issue policies in Florida, or alternatively, Grantee may provide coverage through a self-insurance program established and operating under the laws of Florida. Additional insurance requirements for this Agreement may be required elsewhere in this Agreement, however the minimum insurance requirements applicable to this Agreement are:
Required Coverage. At all times during the Contract the Contractor, at its sole expense, shall maintain insurance coverage of such types and with such terms and limits described below. The limits of coverage under each policy maintained by the Contractor shall not be interpreted as limiting the Contractor’s liability and obligations under the Contract. All insurance policies shall be through insurers licensed and authorized to issue policies in Florida. Additional insurance requirements for this Contract may be required elsewhere in this Contract, however the minimum insurance requirements applicable to this Contract are:
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Required Coverage. The City shall be an Additional Insured under this Contract, and all policies except Professional Liability and Worker's Compensation must name the City as an Additional Insured. Contactor waives any claim or right of subrogation to recover against the City, its officers, agents, or employees, and each of Contractor’s insurance policies except professional liability must contain coverage waiving such claim. Each policy, except Workers’ Compensation and Professional Liability, must also contain an endorsement that the policy is primary to any other insurance available to the Additional Insured with respect to claims arising under this Contract. If professional liability coverage is written on a "claims made" basis, Contractor shall also provide proof of renewal each year for two years after substantial completion of the Project, or in the alternative: evidence of extended reporting period coverage for a period of two years after substantial completion, or a project liability policy for the Project covered by this Contract with a duration of two years after substantial completion.
Required Coverage. If both Parties have agreed to a Triple (NNN) Lease, then the minimum coverage amount on the insurance policies the Lessee must obtain and maintain protecting both Parties against the financial repercussions that often result from injury on the property, death on the property, or property damage should be recorded must be established in this paperwork. 7. Security Deposit (22)
Required Coverage. (i) All insurance coverages required by federal, state of local law and statute, including Worker’s Compensation Insurance and Employers’ Liability Insurance. The Employers’ Liability Insurance shall have a minimum coverage of at least $500,000 for each person;
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