Lessee’s Insurance Lessee shall, at its sole cost and expense, obtain and maintain throughout the Term of this Lease, on a full replacement cost basis, “special form” insurance covering all of Lessee’s Property located on or within the Premises, and Lessor shall have no interest in any proceeds of such policy. In addition, Lessee shall obtain and maintain, at its sole cost and expense, commercial general public liability insurance providing coverage from and against any loss or damage occasioned by an accident or casualty on, about or adjacent to the Premises, including protection against death, personal injury and property damage. Such liability coverage shall be written on an “occurrence” basis, with limits of not less than $2,000,000.00 combined single limit coverage. All policies of liability insurance required to be carried by Lessee hereunder shall name Lessor and its property manager, if any, as additional insureds. To the extent such coverage is available, each such policy shall provide that same shall not be cancelled or materially modified without at least thirty (30) days’ prior written notice to Lessor and any mortgagee of Lessor. The limits of such insurance shall not, under any circumstances, limit the liability of Lessee under this Lease. In the event that Lessee fails to maintain any of the insurance required of it pursuant to this provision, Lessor shall have the right (but not the obligation) at Lessor’s election, after five (5) business days written notice to Lessee, to pay Lessee’s premiums or to arrange substitute insurance with an insurance company of Lessor’s choosing, in which event any premiums advanced by Lessor shall constitute Additional Rent payable under this Lease and shall be payable by Lessee to Lessor immediately upon demand for same.
When You Are Covered by More Than One Insurer A healthcare coverage plan is considered the primary plan and its benefits will be paid first if: • the plan does not use similar COB rules to determine coverage; or • the plan does not have a COB provision; or • The plan has similar the COB rules and is determined to be primary under the order of benefit determination rules described below. Benefits under another plan include all benefits that would be paid if claims had been initially submitted under that plan. The following factors are used to determine which plan is primary and which plan is secondary: • if you are the main subscriber or a dependent; • if you are married, which spouse was born earlier in the year; • the length of time each spouse has been covered under the plan; • if a parental custody or divorce decree applies; or • if Medicare is your other coverage then Medicare guidelines will apply. These factors make up the order of benefit determination rules, described in greater detail below:
Comprehensive Insurance The Employer agrees to provide comprehensive insurance covering tools, reference texts and instruments owned by the employees and required to be used in the performance of their duties at the request of the Employer.
Fidelity Bond; Errors and Omissions Insurance The Servicer shall maintain, at its own expense, a blanket fidelity bond and an errors and omissions insurance policy, with broad coverage on all officers, employees or other persons acting in any capacity requiring such persons to handle funds, money, documents or papers relating to the Mortgage Loans it services. These policies must insure the Servicer against losses resulting from dishonest or fraudulent acts committed by the Servicer's personnel, any employees of outside firms that provide data processing services for the Servicer, and temporary contract employees or student interns. Such fidelity bond shall also protect and insure the Servicer against losses in connection with the release or satisfaction of a Mortgage Loan without having obtained payment in full of the indebtedness secured thereby. No provision of this Section 3.03 requiring such fidelity bond and errors and omissions insurance shall diminish or relieve the Servicer from its duties and obligations as set forth in this Agreement. The minimum coverage under any such bond and insurance policy shall be at least equal to the corresponding amounts required by FNMA in the FNMA Servicing Guide or by FHLMC in the FHLMC Sellers' & Servicers' Guide, as amended or restated from time to time, or in an amount as may be permitted to the Servicer by express waiver of FNMA or FHLMC.
Insuring Party Lessor is the "Insuring Party." (Also see Paragraph 8.)
Subcontractor Insurance In accord with Good Utility Practice, each Interconnected Entity shall require each of its subcontractors to maintain and provide evidence of insurance coverage of types, and in amounts, commensurate with the risks associated with the services provided by the subcontractor. Bonding of contractors or subcontractors shall be at the hiring Interconnected Entity’s discretion, but regardless of bonding, the hiring principal shall be responsible for the performance or non- performance of any contractor or subcontractor it hires.