With regard to an Indemnity Agreement, there are at least 25 topics covered in the LawDepot sample agreement. My question asks if all the topics are required in such an agreement for the state of CA? Are you able to call a document an indemnity agreement, for example, if only some of the topics, maybe just 2 or 3, are includes in a so-called indemnity document?
Thank you for your question. Be sure to go ahead and bookmark www.nateanswers.com for future questions.Also, it is VERY important that you rate my service once we have thoroughly addressed your question.There is no legal restriction on what it can be called or what is included. In contract law the parties are practically free to agree to whatever terms they so choose. If only a handful of the 25 topics are relevant to your situation, just use the ones that are applicable and discard the rest. As long as all parties agree to the terms and sign the document, it will be legally valid and enforceable. Please click 'Reply To Expert' unless you consider this dialog complete and you are 100% satisfied with my service (not the website or the situation). Our ratings are very important to us so I ask that when we are done, before you leave be sure to rate my service.Thanks.Nate
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