letter of indemnity

1) A letter stating that the organization issuing it will compensate the person to whom it is addressed for a specified loss. See also indemnity
2) A letter written to a company registrar asking for a replacement for a lost share certificate and indemnifying the company against any loss that it might incur in so doing. It may be required to be countersigned by a bank.
3) A letter written by an exporter accepting responsibility for any losses arising from faulty packing, short weight, etc. , at the time of shipment. If this letter accompanies the shipping documents, the shipping company will issue a clean bill of lading, even if the packages are damaged, enabling the exporter to negotiate the documents and receive payment without trouble.

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