The GAI contained three important provisions, often contained in compensation agreements designed to protect the guarantee from financial losses: 11.8 Comprehensive Agreement. This agreement is the final and exclusive declaration of the agreement between the parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement and replaces all prior and simultaneous discussions, communications, negotiations and agreements, either in writing or orally, in relation to the purpose of this agreement. There are no assurances, guarantees, agreements or agreements regarding the purpose of this agreement that are not fully expressed in this agreement. Amendments, amendments, waivers or discharges to this agreement are only valid if they are signed in writing and by an authorized representative of the party against which such an amendment, exemption or discharge must be applied. 9.1 Compensation by orthodontics. The orthodontist frees Gaidge, any officer, director, employee or representative of the latter, his control persons and their respective remittances, successors and recipients, of all claims, losses, damages, debts and expenses (including, but not limited, settlement costs and any legal or other costs related to the investigation or defence of endangered acts or acts) which: which is made by orthodontist in this agreement; or (ii) non-compliance or violation of a contract, agreement or obligation of the orthodontist contained in this agreement. As the Allegheny Casualty case shows, a comprehensive and well-crafted GAI can provide security as close to a slam-dunk case as you will find in the law. Sureties take a significant risk when issuing bonds, and gay reduces this risk by returning some of that risk to the contractor, its owners and their spouses. Anyone who signs an IRS should understand that the agreement has transferred much of the financial risk associated with the default of a contractor to compensation.