In the essential elements of Article 20 of the contract, “loss of consequence” has been defined as a meaning: car rental companies often have drivers who sign a compensation contract before driving the car off the property. This must be protected from complaints if the driver ends up in an accident with the rental car. They would sign a compensation agreement with the parachute company. With the signing, the compensation agreement protects the company of paratroopers from legal action. Compensation is a contractual agreement between two parties. In this agreement, one party agrees to pay for any losses or damage caused by another party. A typical example is an insurance contract in which the insurer or insured agrees to compensate the other (the insured or compensation) for damages or losses in return for premiums paid by the insured to the insurer. The insurer compensates the policyholder with damages – that is, promises to do individual or commercial damages for a covered loss. Before hiring a contractor, a construction company may have to sign a compensation contract for protection against legal action if a contractor is negligently harmed. (Read more about the 3 different types of compensation clauses in the construction sector) As with any other form of insurance, liability insurance covers compensation costs, including court costs, fees and accounts. The amount of insurance depends on the specific agreement and the cost of insurance depends on many factors, including the history of claims. b) There is a construction principle called eiusdem generis (what means of the same type).
If all the items on a list (for example. B causes or events) are of the same nature, the general words that follow them can be interpreted as being limited to such things of the same nature. The purpose of the section 20 clamps was to catch all kinds of consecutive damage. The meaning is marked by context. The principle eiusdem generis did not apply. Minor changes in the wording can have significant consequences. There are different types of compensation agreements: general compensation of the species, damage to the intermediate forest, limited damage to training, comparison, tacit etc. Although compensation agreements have not always had a name, they are not a new approach. Historically, compensation agreements have helped to ensure cooperation between individuals, businesses and governments.