A deed of indemnity is a legal document that protects the liquidators of a company from any legal claims made by shareholders. The shareholder agrees to indemnify, or compensate, the liquidators for any losses they may incur. This arrangement usually allows the liquidators to make prompt distributions to shareholders.
That the shareholder is willing to provide the liquidators with an indemnity
That the indemnity is usually to facilitate prompt distributions
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Relevant company sizes
1 - 3
4 - 19
20 - 49
50 - 249
250 - 999
England and Wales