B on the component) or the state university. ] c. The beneficiary is or has received payment under a valid and collectable insurance policy, a compensation clause, a passage or a contract, unless payment under the insurance policy, clause, implementation or agreement is not sufficient to fully compensate pension rights, in which case the duty of open reporting is liable for possible defaults; or 8. Compensation – For use in patent and technology licensing agreements. 3. Compensation – Mutual compensation for the negligence of each party and also provides that the sponsor compensates the university for claims arising from the use of the study results. It can only be used if the university protocol or procedure is used. 6. Compensation — For use in equipment transfer contracts, university transfer.
[13.2: This paragraph may be used in place of the promoter`s allowance as part of an otherwise customary allowance (. B paragraph 2.2) to create a limited sponsorship allowance for the use of the study drug in highly dangerous procedures such as bone marrow transplants. In such a situation, the promoter is only responsible for injuries resulting from the use of the study drug and not for injuries resulting from bone marrow transplantation or similar procedures.] There are three general types of compensation clauses: compensation refers to the party that is protected in the agreement, and the compensation officer is the party granting protection. 1. Compensation — The sponsor`s basic unilateral compensation, in which the sponsor wrote the protocol and involves liability for claims arising from our performance of our obligations and the use of the results of the study by the sponsor. 5. Compensation – A standard compensation, except that the promoter limits liability to charges of bodily harm or death and imposes several conditions on his obligation to compensate: (1) the proper performance of the study, (2) notification and (3) the right to control of the defence. The allowance also gives the university the right to choose its own board. [This is mutual compensation for the negligence of each party and also provides that the promoter compensates the university for claims arising from the use of the study results. It can only be used if the university protocol or procedure is used. The second paragraph (sponsor compensation) can be used independently if the sponsor does not ask us for compensation. If the sponsor provides medicines, materials, etc., the liability allowance may be more appropriate. With a few minor changes, the first paragraph can be “reflected” to create an inter-institutional allowance (for example.