Another Party definition

Another Party means any individual or organization, other than the Plan, who is liable or legally responsible (or who is alleged or claimed to be liable or legally responsible) to pay expenses, compensation or damages in connection with a Covered Person’s injuries or illness.
Another Party means any individual, corporation, or entity, other than the Plan, who is liable or legally responsible to pay expenses, compensation or damages in connection with a Covered Person’s Injuries or Illnesses. Another Party shall include the party or parties who caused the Injuries or Illness (first or third parties); the insurer, guarantor or other indemnifier of the party or parties who caused the Injuries or Illness; a Covered Person’s own insurer, such as uninsured, underinsured, medical payments, no-fault, homeowner’s, renter’s or any other liability insurer; a workers’ compensation insurer; a medical malpractice or similar vaccination or class action fund issue; and any other person, corporation or entity that is liable or legally responsible for payment in connection with the Injuries or Illness.
Another Party refers to a public official acting in relation to the procurement process or contract execution. In this context, “public official” includes Financer staff and employees of other organizations taking or reviewing procurement decisions.

Examples of Another Party in a sentence

  • A Recovery exists as soon as any fund is identified as compensation for a Member from Another Party.

  • Recovery shall mean any and all monies identified, paid or payable to the Member through or from Another Party by way of judgment, award, settlement, covenant, release or otherwise (no matter how those monies may be characterized, designated or allocated) to compensate for any losses caused by, or in connection with, the injuries or illness.

  • If so, the Member may have a claim against that other person or Another Party for payment of the medical or other charges.

  • This provision applies when a Member incurs medical or other charges related to injuries or illness caused in part or in whole by the act or omission of the Member or another person; or Another Party may be liable or legally responsible for payment of charges incurred in connection with the injuries or illness; or Another Party may otherwise make a payment without an admission of liability.

  • Include the amount paid for Benefits as a part of the damages sought against Another Party.


More Definitions of Another Party

Another Party or “other party” means an individual or company with which a licensee contracts to use the individual’s or company’s intellectual property or to utilize management or other services provided by the individual or company.
Another Party means the transmittee of the business and shall include a person, an employer, trading corporation or other entity operating within industry.
Another Party means any individual or entity, other than the Plan, who is liable or legally responsible to pay expenses, compensation or damages in connection with a Covered Person’s Injuries or Illnesses.
Another Party means the transmittee of the business and shall include a person, an employer, trading corporation or other entity operating within industry. Transmission of business or work: Where the Company makes a definite decision to transmit some or all of the business covered by the scope of this agreement to another party, the Company will notify the employees who may be affected by the proposed changes and the Unions. As soon as practicable after the decision has been made to transmit such business, and not less than 4 weeks before the proposed transmission is to take place will advise the affected employees and the relevant unions about the likely effects of its decision on those employees. At the same time as the discussions referred to in sub-clause 22.2.2 above, the parties shall commence communication regarding the proposed transmission of business including the following: the reasons for the proposed transmission of business: any available alternatives to such transmission of business; measures to avoid or minimize the effects on the employees of the transmission of business including the availability of alternative employment. If the Company has determined to proceed with the transmission of business, then the Company shall seek to: Make it a condition of any contract that it enters into with another party with respect to the transmission of business that if an employee transfers on transfer they are to be offered wages and conditions equal to this Agreement. or Provide an offer of employment within the Company wages and conditions not inferior to those currently received by the employee if such a position exists. or By agreement, provide a transfer to a position within the Company with conditions of employment less than current conditions at which time the difference in entitlements shall be paid out to the employee, if such a position exists.
Another Party means a person in a position of trust providing goods or services to a Customer or potential Customer including but not limited to hospitals, hospices, care homes and providers of bereavement services in a hospital setting or provider of palliative care.
Another Party means any party to the agreement other than the trust; and “facilities” includes—
Another Party means any party to the agreement other than the [F5Board or, as the case may be, the Agency ]; and