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Most business transaction agreements include some form of indemnification. Simply, contractual indemnification is a risk shifting mechanism governing which party will have liability if a problem arises under the contract. A party agreeing to provide indemnification assumes future liability and should seek to narrow the scope of the provision to reflect its obligations under the contract.

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