Should lease have a hold harmless clause?

Answer No. Hail damage to a car is covered by the comprehensive (sometimes called "other than collision" or "comp") portion of your auto insurrance policy.

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What is a hold harmless indemnity?

Hold harmless indemnity is one of the most important concepts used in business law today. In its simplest form, hold harmless indemnity removes liability from one party by transferring that liabil... Read More »

What is a hold harmless agreement?

When a business professional or vendor is involved in a transaction that has some degree of risk that something could go wrong, he will usually include a hold harmless agreement with the paperwork.... Read More »

Hold Harmless and Indemnity Agreement?

Few contractual clauses offer more protection or are as misunderstood as the hold harmless, or indemnity, clause. Whether incorporated into a larger contractual agreement or signed as a separate ag... Read More »

In a military clause can the tenant break the lease if they are being discharged from the military?

Well, I'm not really sure, I mean, you can go to, they have the answers to that question, about whether or not you can join the army if you have a felony. I think it said you can, but you'... Read More »