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Obligation of licence holder to indemnify the highway authority

Question:
Obligation of licence holder to indemnify the highway authority
Answer:
The licence holder is required to indemnify the highway authority against all claims including injury, damage or loss arising from any aspect of the apparatus or structure licensed including installation, maintenance and removal and also as a result of the presence of the apparatus or structure. It is therefore necessary that suitable insurance is in place for the life of the licence and must cover a minimum of £5,000,000 for each claim with no limit to the number of claims.

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