Indemnity in Nevada

Indemnity is an agreement to compensate another party for loss or damage.  In Nevada, a party is entitled to full indemnity when it is subject to liability which, as between itself and another party, the other should bear.  In re City Center Constr. Litigation, 2011 WL 5847207 (Nev. 2001), Otak Nevada, LLC v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Ct.; 260 P.3d 408 (Nev. 2011); Reyburn Lawn & Landscape Designers, Inc. v. Plaster Dev. Co., Inc., 255 P.3d 268 (Nev. 2011); Black & Decker (US) v. Essex Group, 105 Nev. 344, 775 P.2d 698, 699 (1989).

 

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