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Hold Harmless Basics

Hold harmless language (a/k/a indemnity language) is found in most contracts and agreements, with the purpose of transferring the obligations of one party to another to defend and make whole the other party for legal liability, typically related to the services, work or nature of the contract.
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Building Your Contractual Risk Transfer Strategy

Effective contractual risk transfer strategy includes insurance requirements and the collection of documentation, correction processes and the storage and accessibility of that data.
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Everything You Need to Know About Primary & Noncontributory Endorsements

Primary and noncontributory language in an insurance policy protects those listed as additional insureds from costly third-party liability.
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Increasing Your COI Compliance

Clear contractual language, effective internal policies and communication, and centralized tracking are several ways to increase COI compliance.
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The Essentials of Contractual Risk Transfer

Contractual risk transfer is the ability to transfer a risk/loss from one party to another party through the language written in a contract.
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You Could Face Tort Liability For Your Independent Contracts

You Could Face Tort Liability For Your Independent Contracts
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Achieve Compliance With Certificate of Insurance Tracking Software

Certificate of insurance tracking software, such as the BCS App, helps companies achieve and maintain compliance via a customizable, user-friendly platform and centralized data hub, which among other features, monitors and even visualizes vendors by compliance status.
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