Intentional Acts Sample Clauses

Intentional Acts. We do not cover bodily injury, property damage or personal injury which arises out of an intentional act by or at the direction of any insured. This includes any intentional act or intentional failure to act by any insured, where resulting injury or damage would be an objectively probable consequence, even if not subjectively intended or expected by any insured. This exclusion applies whether or not:
Intentional Acts i) Bodily injury or death benefits which are required to be or are covered by any State or Federal Act or Statute or any other compensatory statute.
Intentional Acts. “We” do not pay any “insured” for loss which results from any act committed:
Intentional Acts. You will understand that you are expected to take all reasonable precautions when using, carrying or storing your appliance. This Service Contract does not cover any event occurring as a result of Intentional acts, willful neglect, intentional or reckless overloading of, or the imposition of any abnormal conditions on, the appliance.
Intentional Acts. An Insured Event occurring as a result of:
Intentional Acts. You will understand that You are expected to take all Reasonable Precautions when using, carrying or storing Your Air Conditioner. This Service Contract does not cover an Event occurring as a result of Intentional act or wilful neglect or Intentional or reckless overloading of, or the imposition of any abnormal conditions on, the Air Conditioner.
Intentional Acts. The employee is responsible to reimburse the agency for any costs or expenses due to intentional injury to person or property performed with or to the vehicle while the vehicle is in the care of the employee.
Intentional Acts. If CARRIER is able to deliver, but refuses to deliver a shipment by the suggested delivery date, CARRIER agrees to pay the shipper, through the BROKER, a minimum penalty of $50 for every hour after the suggested delivery date that the CARRIER refuses to deliver the shipment.