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WOSWheels of Soul (motorcycle club)
WOSWall of Sound (record label)
WOSWindows Operating System (Microsoft)
WOSWaste of Space (website)
WOSWholly Owned Subsidiary
WOSWorld of Speed (racing game)
WOSWall of Shame
WOSWorld of Springfield (Playmates Toys toy series)
WOSWatches of Switzerland
WOSWomen of Substance (online radio)
WOSWorkplace Operating System
WOSWeb Object Service
WOSWireless Office Systems
WOSWindows Operating System
WOSWorld of Sport
WOSWeb Ordering System (software)
WOSWorld of Spectrum
WOSWell of Souls
WOSWebserver On Stick
WOSWashington Ornithological Society
WOSWilson Ornithological Society
WOSWages of Sin (Arch Enemy album; also game)
WOSWalk of Shame
WOSWork Order System
WOSWorking Out Scheme (various locations)
WOSWeeks Of Supply
WOSWorking Operating System
WOSWife Over Shoulder
WOSWonders of Science
WOSWild Olympic Salmon
WOSWindow on Science
WOSWeapons of Sound (band)
WOSWhite Oak Stables (online horse game)
WOSWarriors of Silence (gaming clan)
WOSWestchester Oratorio Society
WOSWaiver of Subrogation (insurance policies)
WOSWolfson Ornithological Society
WOSWarriors of Scandinavia (gaming clan)
WOSWeb Version Oriac and Siriac
WOSWorkstation Operation System
WOSWartime Operational State
WOSWashover String (oilfield)
WOSWholesale Operator Services (telecommunications)
WOSWindow of Service (outsourcing)
WOSWaikato Outdoor Society (New Zealand)
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Special damages: $850,000 third-party settlement funds and net $201,000 workers' compensation benefits after waiver of subrogation lien
Policy features include: 100 percent sub costs acceptable; new condo/townhouse work; blanket and scheduled "Your Work" AI's; blanket PPA ($5 million cap); blanket and scheduled waiver of subrogation; earth movement sub-limit options; EIFS buy-back options; scheduled past projects options; no work height limitation; no tract limitation and no overspray exclusion.
The policies of insurance purchased and maintained by each person or entity agreeing to waive claims pursuant to this section 11.3.1 shall not prohibit this waiver of subrogation. This waiver of subrogation shall be effective as to a person or entity (1) even though that person or entity would otherwise have a duty of indemnification, contractual or otherwise, (2) even though that person or entity did not pay the insurance premium directly or indirectly, or (3) whether or not the person or entity had an insurable interest in the damaged property.
The circuit court determined that all of Rural Mutual's claims are barred pursuant to a "waiver of subrogation" provision contained in the contract for the construction of the barn entered into between Lester Buildings and Jim Herman.
The trial court's finding on this issue was in reliance upon the mutual waiver of subrogation rights contained in the lease and the holding in Dix stating tenants are " at any time and at any place coinsureds with their landlord" with the "only exception being if the parties had a clear agreement to the contrary."
Your carrier may also be prevented from seeking recovery under your contract with the contractor as the contract contained a waiver of subrogation clause.
The often manuscripted coverage enhancements as part of our General Liability policy include: Per Elevator Aggregates, Blanket Additional Insured coverage, Blanket Waiver of Subrogation coverage, Primary and Non-Contributory coverage and Limited Pollution.
Some of the changes can be quite significant including: cancellation due to non-payment, at the insured's request, for underwriting reasons or the exhaustion of the policy limits; reduction or removal of certain coverage or limits from within the policy; or the removal of additional insured status, waiver of subrogation, or primary and non-contributory.
"Waiver of subrogation" prevents the seller's insurance company from making a claim against other parties who may have contributed to the claim, thus possibly excluding a claim against the buyer or its customer.
Diebold's contract contained a clause entitled "Property Insurance and Waiver of Subrogation" where Abacus agreed to obtain insurance coverage to cover its losses in the event of a theft.
Even without the waiver of subrogation provided by Clause 1(b), and even restricting the definition of "insured" to mean named insureds, the lessee (as a named insured under the lessee's owner's policy) could rely on the common law maxim that an insurer cannot subrogate against its own insured.