Fidelity Insurance (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
An agreement whereby, for a designated sum of money, one party agrees to guarantee the loyalty and honesty of an agent, officer, or employee of an employer by promising to compensate the employer for losses incurred as a result of the disloyalty or dishonesty of such individuals.
(The entire section is 47 words.)
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