17:39 Jun 20, 2018
English to Serbian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance / contracts
English term or phrase: indemnitee
"XXX shall not expressly admit any mistake on behalf of the indemnitees, without their written approval" - u kontekstu su indemnitees ona lica protiv kojih bi oštećeno lice moglo da ima neka potraživanja usled neke povrede itd., dakle ja sam lekar, povređen mi je pacijent u toku procedure, i sada on može da traži od mene obeštećenje, ja sam indemnitee u tom slučaju jer imam određeno osiguranja protiv takvog slučaja.

Nešto meni tu ne štima, jer ovde je na hrvatskom predloženo "obeštećenik":

Pa se pitam da nije neka greška u pitanju, ili drugo značenje.
Mark Daniels
Local time: 11:29

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3lice od kojeg se zahteva (da plati) obeštećenje
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Dragana Zigic
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Indemnitee and related terms

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lice od kojeg se zahteva (da plati) obeštećenje

Slažem se da ,,obeštećenik" u ovom kontekstu označava nešto sasvim drugo, tj. onog ko prima nadoknadu za nanetu štetu.
A ako sam dobro razumela, čak je i indemnitee osiguran u takvim slučajevima pa ne plaća,, iz svog džepa", što dodatno komplikuje pronalaženje pravog izraza.
U nedostatku jedne reči, a na osnovu Vašeg objašnjenja, mislim da bi ovaj ili sličan izraz mogao da pokrije značenje koje Vam treba.

Dragana Zigic
Local time: 11:29
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in Serbo-CroatSerbo-Croat
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Reference: Indemnitee and related terms

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The person or organization that is held harmless in a contract (by the indemnitor).

Related Terms


(1) In policies written on an indemnification basis, the insurer reimburses the insured for claims and claim costs already paid by the insured. Technically, the insured must not only suffer a loss but must also pay the loss before being indemnified by the insurer.
(2) The agreement of one party to assume financial responsibility for the liability of another party. Hold harmless agreements are typically used to impose this transfer of risk


To make compensation to an entity, person, or insured for incurred injury, loss, or damage.


Compensation to a party for a loss or damage that has already occurred, or to guarantee through a contractual clause to repay another party for loss or damage that might occur in the future. The concept of indemnity is based on a contractual agreement made between two parties in which one party (the indemnitor) agrees to pay for potential losses or damages caused by the other party (the indemnitee).

Indemnity Contract

An agreement to pay on behalf of another party under specified circumstances. An insurance policy is an indemnity contract.

Contractual Liability

Liability imposed on an entity by the terms of a contract. As used in insurance, the term refers not to all contractually imposed liability but to the assumption of the other contracting party's liability under specified conditions.

Hold Harmless Agreement

A provision in a contract that requires one contracting party to respond to certain legal liabilities of the other party. For example, construction contracts typically require the contractor to indemnify the owner with respect to the owner's liability to members of the public who are injured or whose property is damaged during the course of the contractor's operations. There are a number of types of hold harmless clauses, differentiated by the extent of the liabilities they transfer. The most commonly used types of clauses are the "broad," "intermediate," and "limited" form hold harmless clauses.

Limited form—Where Party A holds Party B harmless for suits arising out of Party A's sole negligence. Party B is thus protected when it is held vicariously responsible for the actions of Party A.
Intermediate form—Where Party A holds Party B harmless for suits alleging sole negligence of Party A or negligence of both parties.
Broad form—Where Party A holds Party B harmless for suits against Party B based on the sole negligence of A, joint negligence of A and B, or the sole negligence of B. Broad form hold harmless agreements are unenforceable in a number of states.


The person or organization that holds another (the indemnitee) harmless in a contract.


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