Indemnity Bonds: As set forth above, bid bonds, performance bonds and payment bonds are indemnity bonds. These bonds are not insurance policies. If a covered claim arises against a commmercial general liability policy, the insurer has a contractual obligation to indemnify and defend the insured (. the party obtaining the policy) and cannot seek repayment from the insured for amounts paid out as a result of a covered claim. If a claim arises and is paid out on a bid bond, performance bond or payment bond, the surety (the party issuing the bond) will look to the contractor to indemnify and defend it. So, if a claim is asserted against Contractor XYZ’s performance bond, the surety is going to look to Contractor XYZ to defend the lawsuit and to pay any damages.
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but it cannot be option b because that options is what i would say a very wild asssumption sort of..not an inference.
To say that the advantages will weigh the disadvantages is an outrageous assumption..which may not at all be true or it might..
Option C without stating any fact from the paragraph tells us what is happening. You can correctly “infer” it from the given statement.
U cannot infer option b at all.. Its a blatant assumption of the future.
Hope that answers your question
Thank you for bringing this up, I am about to write a detailed review about the brand “Crazy Mass” and Yes i have used crazy mass products, a while ago i wanted to mix crazy mass’s D-Anaoxn Elite Series in my bulking cycle which usually has d-bal from crazy bulk. TBH D-anaoxn gave me this full feeling, I mean i couldn’t eat more then 2 meals and i was burping all the time like i had a something rotten made me feel a little sick, although despite of less eating i was able to increase my bench significantly put up some quick muscle too. But do i recommend it over crazy bulk d-bal? May be Naah,