20 CFR 704.451 - NFIA endorsement.

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§ 704.451 NFIA endorsement.
The following form of endorsement applicable to the standard workmen's compensation and employer's liability policy shall be used, if required by the OWCP, with the form of policy approved by the Office for use by an authorized carrier:
For attachment to Policy No. __,
The obligations of the policy include the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, as extended by the Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act, and all of the laws amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto which may be or become effective while this policy is in force.
The company will be subject to the provisions of 33 U.S.C 935. Insolvency or bankruptcy of the employer and/or discharge therein shall not relieve the company from payment of compensation and other benefits lawfully due for disability or death sustained by an employee during the life of the policy.
The company agrees to abide by all the provisions of said Acts and all the lawful rules, regulations, orders, and decisions of the Office of Workmen's Compensation Programs, Department of Labor, unless and until set aside, modified, or reversed by appropriate appellate authority as provided for by said Acts.
This endorsement shall not be canceled prior to the date specified in this policy for its expiration until at least 30 days have elapsed after a notice of cancellation has been sent to the District Director and to the within named employer.
All terms, conditions, requirements, and obligations expressed in this policy or in any other endorsement attached thereto which are not inconsistent with or inapplicable to the provisions of this endorsement are hereby made a part of this endorsement as fully and completely as if wholly written herein.

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