Outside Entity definition

Outside Entity means any:
Outside Entity means any associated company, any not-for-profit entity or any other corporation, partnership, joint venture or other organisation which has been listed by endorsement to this policy.
Outside Entity means any entity, other than the Company, which is:

Examples of Outside Entity in a sentence

  • Prior Actwith respect to any Outside Entity Insured Person, for any Wrongful Act occurring prior to the effective date of this Policy or any Policy issued by the Insurer, or any affiliate thereof, of which this is a direct or indirect renewal or replacement, if any Insured, as of such date, knew or could have reasonably foreseen that such Wrongful Act could lead to a Claim under this Policy.


More Definitions of Outside Entity

Outside Entity means any entity that is not a Subsidiary. It does not include any entity:
Outside Entity means a corporation or organization:
Outside Entity means any not-for-profit organization, or any other entity, partnership, joint venture or other organization listed by endorsement to this policy.
Outside Entity means any organisation other than a Named Insured and:
Outside Entity means a person or entity other than a public sector employer as defined in Section 1 of the Public Sector Employers Act.
Outside Entity means any not-for-profit organization that qualifies as such under Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (as amended).
Outside Entity means a body corporate which is not the Company or a related body corporate of the Company. 20.2 Indemnity as Officer of the CompanyThe Company may indemnify each Officer to the maximum extent permitted by law, against: (a) any liability the Officer may incur in that capacity (except a liability for legal costs); and (b) any liability for legal costs that the Officer may incur in that capacity, including: