Something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss.(noun)
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Use "indemnification" in a sentence
"With all the precaution taken, the French nuclear pollution had affected nearby indigenous groups and the French government has been entangled in indemnification claims and protests."
"After first introducing the idea of indemnification, I explained the role warranties and representations play in risk allocation."
"All these people, more than 100,000 peasant families, received the right to own land without indemnification, that is, without needing to make a payment of any kind, (? with) the peasant being released from the payment of rent or the delivery of part of his products."