Person Indemnified Law and Legal Definition

According to 42 USCS § 2014 [Title 42. The Public Health And Welfare; Chapter 23. Development and Control of Atomic Energy; Atomic Energy; General Provisions], the term "person indemnified" means (1) with respect to a nuclear incident occurring within the United States or outside the United States as the term is used in section 170(c) [42 USCS § 2210(c)], and with respect to any nuclear incident in connection with the design, development, construction, operation, repair, maintenance, or use of the nuclear ship Savannah, the person with whom an indemnity agreement is executed or who is required to maintain financial protection, and any other person who may be liable for public liability or (2) with respect to any other nuclear incident occurring outside the United States, the person with whom an indemnity agreement is executed and any other person who may be liable for public liability by reason of his activities under any contract with the Secretary of Energy or any project to which indemnification under the provisions of section 170(d) [42 USCS § 2210(d)] has been extended or under any subcontract, purchase order, or other agreement, of any tier, under any such contract or project.