The exact nature and wording of an agreement may vary from contract to contract and some standard forms of agreements exist in the UK oil and rail industry, but an example of a limited form of safe agreement may be as follows; If Party A (in the example above) asserted its liability to Part B under its professional liability insurance, would this claim be successful? Most insurance policies provide as a condition of the insurance contract that the insured cannot do anything to infringe the insurer`s rights to remission. On the one hand, the insurer covers the contractual liability assumed under contracts, but on the other hand, they say that any waiver or restriction of the insurer`s transfer duties may affect the insured`s coverage. A harmless agreement can appear in contracts in any sector, although they are not usual in most contractual agreements. However, in some sectors, the trend is towards the inclusion of the civil liability or indemnity agreement, in order to considerably facilitate the use of specialized subcontractors by the main contractor. In the construction industry, three basic types of harmless chords are used: large form, intermediate form and limited form. There have been few legal challenges to these agreements in UK law, but it is generally accepted that they would be enforceable, although the precise terms of the clause and other treaty clauses that may relate to them may, in certain circumstances, allow for a challenge. `The Contractor undertakes to: __________ (city/state/county) liability and right to damages resulting from bodily injury, death, property damage, illness or less of all costs resulting from the contractor`s performance under this Housing Installation or Construction Agreement to be paid out of the proceeds of the Owner`s Rehabilitation Loan; to defend, compensate and keep compensated. The Contractor shall act as an independent Contractor with respect to the Owner. Any county might need a specific language to tackle the issues mentioned above, so be sure to check the validity of your clause and contractual language. . . .