Definition of indemnification in US English:

indemnification

noun

  • See indemnify

    • ‘Admittedly, that article allows the Member States to choose between indemnification and compensation for damage.’
    • ‘If the indemnification be not fixed by agreement it shall be settled by arbitration.’
    • ‘However, we were able to use this process to place a number of conditions on the project, including that there be no discharges into the air or our sewers and that the proponent provide acceptable indemnification.’
    • ‘The policies do not contemplate unconditional payment of defense costs for potentially covered claims, but only payment of costs if indemnification is required.’
    • ‘If the settlement of the indemnification is attended with any difficulty (and in those cases difficulties must and will frequently occur), the party at fault must bear the inconvenience.’

Pronunciation

indemnification

/inˌdemnəfəˈkāSHən/