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Asu Indemnity Agreement

(Last Updated On: December 3, 2020)

In general, the ASU cannot compensate the other party or “keep it unscathed.” Every effort should be made to remove these provisions from the proposed treaties. There are limited exceptions to this general rule. Please note that a provision stipulating that the ASU is “responsible” or that “the other party is reimbursed” may be a compensation clause. A provision in which the ASU “represents” something or “guaranteed” may also constitute a compensation clause. Please check and update your addresses on My ASU before your exam is reissued. Direct deposit into your bank account is also available and is the most convenient way to get refunds from student accounts. To register for the direct deposit, log in to My ASU and select the Direct Deposit link in the Financing Tasks field on the right side of the page. Release, Compensation – Acceptance of the Risk Form (This form is provided by ASU Risk and Emergency Management. Please contact insuranceservices@asu.edu) Note: If you cannot exclude any of the provisions below or if you have any questions, please contact the Office of general counsel.

With respect to insurance coverage, ASU is generally limited to the insurance coverage provided by the Arizona State Insurance Program and the Risk Management Division. Contractual provisions requiring ASU to support certain types of insurance or certain amounts of insurance or requiring ASU to present an insurance certificate are often at odds with ASU`s insurance coverage and efforts should be made to remove these provisions. You will find information on insurance requirements for contracting parties who enter into the necessary arrangements with ASU. For cheques that have never arrived in the mail, have been lost, stolen or completely destroyed, print a copy of the Stop Payment Indemnity Agreement (Adobe Reader required), fill out the form and send one of the following options: You can contact one of our student account offices on all four ASU campuses to submit your application to replace a lost or damaged cheque. The Stop Payment and Check Reissue process takes about 4 to 14 days and there is a $20 processing fee for all new cheques issued. New cheques issued are reserved in your student account and pay all current and previous semester fees before being refunded. For damaged or expired exams (150 days or more after the printed audit date), bring the cheque and student card to the Tempe campus student accounting office to request a replacement exam. Versions are available through ASU Risk and Emergency Management.

ASU Risk and Emergency Management re-examines the program/event to identify needs and provides, where appropriate, a program/event-specific sharing/renouncement. Any provision requiring the application of the laws of another state or requiring the ASU to submit to the jurisdiction of another state must be removed. For more information, please see the necessary provisions. Contact the Student Financial Assistance Office to cancel the financial assistance that has been paid to your student account.

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