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GAárachas fir1
gu árachais
Airgeadas Conradh dlíthiúil ina ngeallann árachóir méid sonraithe a íoc le páirtí eile, an t-árachaí, má tharlaíonn teagmhas ar leith (ar a dtugtar an priacal) a bhfulaingíonn an t-árachaí caillteanas airgid dá bharr.
Finance A legal contract in which an insurer promises to pay a specified amount to another party, the insured, if a particular event (known as the peril) happens and the insured suffers a financial loss as a result
Indemnity insurance compensates the beneficiaries of the policies for their actual economic losses, up to the limiting amount of the insurance policy. It generally requires the insured to prove the amount of its loss before it can recover. Recovery is limited to the amount of the provable loss even if the face amount of the policy is higher. This is in contrast to, for example, life insurance, where the amount of the beneficiary's economic loss is irrelevant. The death of the person whose life is insured for reasons not excluded from the policy obligate the insurer to pay the entire policy amount to the beneficiary.
the tenderer must provide evidence of relevant professional risk indemnity insurance
GAblianacht bain3
gu blianachta, iol blianachtaí
Airgeadas 1. Conradh ina n-íocann duine préimh le comhlacht árachais, in aon chnapshuim amháin de ghnáth, agus ina bhfaigheann sé/sí íocaíochtaí tréimhsiúla ar feadh tréimhse comhaontaithe nó go deireadh a s(h)aoil. 2. Íocaíocht a dhéantar ar chonradh dá leithéid.
Finance 1. A contract in which a person pays a premium to an insurance company, usually in one lump sum, and in return receives periodic payments for an agreed period or for the rest of his or her life. 2. A payment made on such a contract.
Offering of one or more ancillary services with an insurance service or product in a package where this insurance service or product is also made available to the consumer separately but not necessarily on the same terms or conditions as when offered bundled with the ancillary services .
A health policy decision often requires a balancing of risks, costs, and benefits. In this paper we illustrate that there is no uniform answer in the United States to the question of who decides the risk-benefit balance.
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