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Can a client be indemnified by a supplier against losses/damages if the supplier has no direct contractual relationship with the client and only a relation with a contractor?

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Published on LexisPSL on 06/07/2021

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  • Can a client be indemnified by a supplier against losses/damages if the supplier has no direct contractual relationship with the client and only a relation with a contractor?

Can a client be indemnified by a supplier against losses/damages if the supplier has no direct contractual relationship with the client and only a relation with a contractor?

Broadly, , in the context of contracts within the energy sector, the contractor (not the supplier) would be required to indemnify the main client. However, the contractor would then seek to pass down this risk to the supplier by requiring the supplier to provide a back-to-back indemnity to the contractor. While this may be the

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