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17.01.129. Indemnification by Grantee

            (1)        Grantee shall, at its sole expense, fully indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the City, and in their capacity as such, the officers, agents, and employees thereof, from and against any and all claims, suits, actions, liability, and judgments for damages or otherwise, including, but not limited to:

                        (a)        For actual or alleged injury to persons or property, including loss of use of property due to an occurrence, whether or not such property is physically damaged or destroyed, in any way arising out of or through or alleged to arise out of or through the acts or omissions of the Grantee or its officers, agents, employees, or contractors or to which the Grantee's or its officers, agents, employees, or contractors acts or omission in any way contribute.

                        (b)        Arising out of or alleged to arise out of any claim for damages for Grantee's  alleged invasion of the right of privacy, defamation of any person, firm, or corporation, or the violation or infringement of any copyright, trade mark, trade name, service mark, or patent, or of any other right of any person, firm, or corporation; or

                        (c)        Arising out of or alleged to arise out of Grantee's failure to comply with the provisions of any statute, regulation, or ordinance of the United States, State of Utah, the City, or other local agency applicable to the Grantee in its business.

            (2)        Nothing herein shall be deemed to prevent the parties indemnified and held harmless herein from participating in the defense of any litigation by their own counsel at their own expense.  Such participation shall not under any circumstance relieve the Grantee from its duty of defense against liability or paying any judgment entered against such party.


Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 99-62, Enacted, 12/16/1999

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