One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘While they are valued as legal contracts, it is often difficult to make successful claims and financial compensation depends on the indemnifier having the funds.’
- ‘The wells of academe having been thus poisoned, the erstwhile custodians of truth have mutated into the promulgators of lies and the indemnifiers of incitement of various kinds.’
- ‘However, his indemnifier, the British-based Medical Defence Union, has referred the case to the new State insurer, the State Claims Agency.’
- ‘A plaintiff has no contractual right to recover loss from third parties and so might require the indemnifier to make good any such loss.’
- ‘They can all line up legal teams involving four teams of lawyers - and more if the consultants involved have two different indemnifiers.’
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