indemnitor

[in-dem-ni-ter]
noun
a person or company that gives indemnity.

Origin:
indemnit(y) + -or2

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The corporate surety requested that the attorney or his or her law firm act as indemnitor for the client on the bond.
If the defendant appears in court when required, the surety company must return the collateral to the indemnitor.
The bill specified that a negligent party could indemnify other parties only to the extent of the indemnitor's negligence.
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