Santa Barbara County Indemnification Agreement

The university requires companies, institutions and individuals with whom it does business to provide proof that they meet the UC`s insurance requirements. The insurance certificate they must provide is proof that they are able to meet their obligations (1) under the provisions of the compensation contract, 2) for property loss or damage, (3) to pay judgments or comparisons and (4) to protect regents in the event of costs related to their negligent actions or omissions. In the absence of an insurance certificate, the university does not know whether a counterparty has the financial means to assume responsibility for the debts and losses it generates. If a counterparty does not have insurance, the university may find itself in an inevitable position to bear the cost of the losses or debts caused by its counterparty. See UCSB: insurance certificate. Contracts can be an effective risk transfer tool. Every day, the university enters into hundreds of contracts with companies, institutions and individuals. The resulting activities have the potential to cause loss and liability. While it is not possible to anticipate anything that may go wrong in a business relationship, the insurance and compensation provisions can at least protect each party from losses and liabilities caused or attributable to the negligence of the other party. Please read these conditions carefully before you start using the site. By using the Site or by clicking on the acceptance or consent of the Terms of Use if this option is made available to you, you agree and agree to accept and comply with these Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy, which can be found under santabarbaraca.com/privacy/ and is included as a reference. Please read our privacy policy carefully for information on the collection, use and disclosure of your personal data by Visit Santa Barbara. If you do not wish to accept these Terms of Use or the Privacy Policy, you cannot access or use the Site.

IF YOU RESIDE IN A US, YOU TOO AT THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY ARBITRATION COMMISSIONS: YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACCEPT, that all claims, disputes, disputes or controversies between you and Visit Santa Barbara and its senior executives, directors, employees, consultants, agents, parents, affiliates, subsidiaries and/or affiliates, as well as their respective successors and transfer recipients (together the „Visit Santa Barbara Entities“) will be resolved by a final and binding arbitration procedure, in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association in force at the beginning of the proceedings. Any such controversy or claim is negotiated on an individual basis and cannot be consolidated by an arbitration procedure with a claim or controversy of another party. Class arbitration proceedings, class actions, private attorney general actions and consolidation with other arbitrations are not permitted. Arbitration takes place in Santa Barbara County, California, USA. The parties voluntarily and knowingly waive any right to a jury trial. You can refuse this arbitration rule by informing us within 30 days of the first acceptance of these Terms at Visit Santa Barbara at the [email protected] address. Few people on campus are entitled to sign and enter into contracts and contracts on behalf of the university: their use is subject to all additional conditions, policies, rules or policies applicable to the Site or certain functions of the site, which we can publish on the website or to which we can connect (the „Additional Conditions“), such as Z. End-user license agreements for downloadable applications or rules for a particular function, offer, product or content on the site.

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