Parties may wish to include an indemnity in order to recover from the counterparty in case the referred customer or client brings an action against both the company and the referring party. The indemnity may be mutual or unilateral (i.e. only one party may recover from the other in the case of a third-party claim), and may be given by either party for damages incurred by the following instances (among others): 1. for damage to third parties 2. for hazardous substances 3. for environmental damages 4. for breach of the lease agreement 5. for damage to property 6. for death and injury Parties may wish to negotiate limits or maximums on total indemnities, or specific indemnities for certain situations.