Do you have a waiver of liability?

This is not a document that Clearlight® provides to commercial spaces, however, most do have waivers for their clients. It is important to consult with a legal professional to ensure it meets the specific needs and requirements of your business. Here is a general outline of the elements you may consider including in a waiver:

Heading: Clearly indicate that it is a "Waiver of Liability" or "Release of Liability" to ensure its purpose is understood.
Introduction: Provide a brief introduction stating the intent and purpose of the waiver.
Parties: Identify the parties involved, including the business name and the individual(s) signing the waiver.
Assumption of Risk: Clearly state that the individual understands and accepts the inherent risks associated with the activities or services provided by your business.
Release of Liability: Expressly release your business from any claims, damages, or injuries that may occur as a result of participating in the activities or using the services provided.
Indemnification: Include a clause where the individual agrees to indemnify and hold your business harmless from any claims or liabilities arising from their participation or use of services.
Acknowledgment of Understanding: Have the individual acknowledge that they have read and understood the waiver and its implications.
Governing Law: Specify the jurisdiction and laws that will govern the waiver.
Severability: Include a severability clause to ensure that if any provision of the waiver is found to be invalid, the remainder of the waiver remains in effect.
Signature and Date: Provide space for the individual to sign and date the waiver, indicating their acceptance and agreement.

Remember, it is crucial to consult with a legal professional to ensure the waiver is legally valid and enforceable in your jurisdiction and specific business context.

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