(1) That the organization shall make all disbursements under the contract or contracts
issued by it, such disbursements to be made in such manner and amounts as directed
by the city, village, or rural or suburban fire protection district conducting the
service award benefit program whether on account of disability, death, the termination
of a program, or the attainment of the appropriate age by a qualifying participant;
(2) That the organization shall include with each disbursement a statement showing
the gross payment, any taxes withheld, and the net amount paid and an annual statement
(3) That the organization shall furnish to the city, village, or district a statement
of all disbursements and withholdings as stipulated in the agreement on at least an
annual basis, as agreed by the parties;
(4) Hold-harmless clauses protecting each party thereto from the negligent acts of
the other or for any loss or claim against one party resulting from release of incorrect
or misleading information furnished by the other party;
(5) For the right of the city, village, or district, either directly or through independent
auditors, to examine and audit the organization's records and accounts relating to
disbursements made under the agreement;
(6) Protection to the city, village, or district against assignment of the agreement
or the subletting of work done or services furnished under the agreement;
(7) For termination of the agreement; and
(8) Such other terms as may be agreed upon and which the city, village, or district
determines to be in the best interest of the participating cities, villages, and fire
protection districts and the participants in such programs.
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