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Od Kfk Agreement

KFK is Knock for Knock. The KFK agreement is signed by all Malaysian insurance companies, all insurers refrain from exercising their respective transfer rights, regardless of the insured guilty. Example: an accident between Vehicle A and Vehicle B. Vehicle B is clearly responsible, which is why the normal route for Vehicle A is to file a complaint against the insurer of Vehicle B for external damage (TPPD), which is tedious and time consuming. The other quicker option would be to submit an application under Own Damage (OD), provided vehicle A has a full directive. “Knock for knock” is a joint contractual agreement in the oil and gas industry. [2] The operator of an oil and gas property needs the help and know-how of many types of contractors, including drilling companies, drilling service providers, facility builders, equipment suppliers and caterers. As a general rule, the operator will use these services as part of a master service contract that defines the essential general conditions under which the work is performed. One of these conditions is the distribution of the risk of loss between people and property. In general, a knock-for-knock agreement means that any party working on an oil and gas site – the operator and any contractor – agrees to protect and compensate all other parties against violations by employees and agents of that party as well as the destruction or damage of that party`s property.

This allowance is not based on the fault or guilt of the individual whose staff was injured or whose property was damaged. The objective is to effectively defend and pay a debt through the co-responsibility of a single party responsible for the loss. A knock-for-knock agreement is an agreement between two insurance companies that, if the policyholders of both companies suffer losses in the same case of insurance (usually a car accident), each insurer pays the losses incurred by its own policyholder, regardless of who is responsible. However, snack agreements have been criticized by insurers as unfair to the party not responsible for an accident. If, for reasons of administrative facilitation, the insurer pays to repair the damage suffered by its own insured instead of prosecuting the person responsible for the accident for all relevant costs, an effective claim is claimed against the insurance card of that policyholder. In this way, “toc-to-knock” agreements can lead policyholders to unexpectedly realize, when renewing their insurance, that they should expect higher premiums, regardless of the liability of an accident in which they participated. Ms. Lim`s case was a taxi that, in that sense, went beyond the industry agreement and referred to the “Knock for Knock” or the KFK, as it had been properly described. Since this goes beyond the KFK, it should apply as a third party for the investigation of the party that caused the damage…. It should pay for the necessary repairs itself, and then make the necessary efforts to recover the insurer of the third party concerned. The Insurance of Zurich Malaysia Berhad informed me that they also manage the same policy. According to his officer, the policy is the result of an agreement of all insurance companies.

Although I was disappointed with this response, I was glad they were helpful enough to explain what I could do instead. You can get liability insurance directly from the taxi. If you don`t want to go through this, a few workshops will help. All you have to do is collect the police investigation reports,” she said.