I understand the meaning of "indemnify from" when it is used with "loss" or "claim": if someone is indemnified from that, they are legally shielded from it and will not suffer.
But "indemnify from property" is confusing. What legal harm can property cause to be shielded from?
For example, here:
(1) This section applies if a trustee incurs an expense or a liability to a creditor and the trustee—
(a) has a right to be indemnified from the trust property; or
(b) for any reason is not entitled to be indemnified or fully indemnified from the trust property (for example, because the trustee incurred the liability in breach of trust)
Also if you search exact phrases "indemnified from the property", "indemnified from property" etc. there will be other examples which I am not sure what sense they make.