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5.4.2 The Indian River County Office of Management and Budget reserves the right <br />at any time to send a letter to the Recipient requesting clarification if there are any <br />questions regarding a part of the financial statements, audit comments, or notes. <br />5.5 Insurance Requirements. Recipient shall, no later than October 1, 2015, provide <br />to the Indian River County Risk Management Division a certificate or certificates <br />issued by an insurer or insurers authorized to conduct business in Florida that is rated <br />not less than category A-• VII by A.M. Best, subject to approval by Indian River <br />County's risk manager, of the following types and amounts of insurance <br />(i) Commercial General Liability Insurance in an amount not less than <br />$1,000,000 combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage, <br />including coverage for premises/operations, products/completed operations, <br />contractual liability, and independent contractors; <br />(ii) Business Auto Liability Insurance in an amount not less than $1,000,000 <br />per occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage, <br />including coverage for owned autos and other vehicles, hired autos and other <br />vehicles, non -owned autos and other vehicles; and <br />(iii) Workers' Compensation and Employer's Liability (current Florida statutory <br />limit) <br />5.6 Insurance Administration. The insurance certificates, evidencing all required <br />insurance coverages shall be fully acceptable to County in both form and content, <br />and shall provide and specify that the related insurance coverage shall not be <br />cancelled without at least thirty (30) calendar days prior written notice having been <br />given to the County. In addition, the County may request such other proofs and <br />assurances as it may reasonably require that the insurance is and at all times <br />remains in full force and effect. Recipient agrees that it is the Recipient's sole <br />responsibility to coordinate activities among itself, the County, and the Recipient's <br />insurer(s) so that the insurance certificates are acceptable to and accepted by <br />County within the time limits 'set forth in this Contract. The County shall be listed as <br />an additional insured on all insurance coverage required by this Contract, except <br />Workers' Compensation insurance The Recipient shall, upon ten (10) days' prior <br />written request from the County, deliver copies to the County, or make copies <br />available for the County's inspection at Recipient's place of business, of any and all <br />insurance policies that are required in this Contract. If the Recipient fails to deliver or <br />make copies of the policies available to the County; fails to obtain replacement <br />insurance or have previous insurance policies reinstated or renewed upon <br />termination or cancellation of existing required coverages; or fails in any other regard <br />to obtain coverages sufficient to meet the terms and conditions of this Contract, then <br />the County may, at its sole option, terminate this Contract. <br />5.7 Indemnification The Recipient shall indemnify and save harmless the County, its <br />agents, officials, and employees from and against any and all claims, liabilities, <br />losses, damage, or causes of action which may arise from any misconduct, negligent <br />act, or omissions of the Recipient, its agents, officers, or employees in connection <br />with the performance of this Contract. <br />5.8 Public Records. The Recipient agrees to comply with the provisions of Chapter <br />119, Florida Statutes (Public Records Law) in connection with this Contract. <br />6. Termination. This Contract may be terminated by either party, without cause, upon <br />thirty (30) days prior written notice to the other party. In addition, the County may <br />- 3 - <br />