Cooking Class

Topics: Indemnity, Insurance, Recreation and Sports Pages: 3 (715 words) Published: March 3, 2013
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY RELEASE OF LIABILITY, WAIVER OF CLAIMS, EXPRESS ASSUMPTION OF RISK, INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, AND PHOTO RELEASE Please read and be certain you understand the implications of signing. Express Assumption of Risk Associated with Recreational Activities. I, _________________________________________ do hereby affirm and acknowledge that I have been fully informed of the inherent hazards and risks associated with the recreational activity generally described as Cooking Class including the rental of equipment and transportation associated therewith in which I am about to engage. Inherent hazards and risks include but are not limited to: 1. Risk of injury from the activity and/or equipment utilized is significant including the potential for disability or disfigurement. 2. Possible equipment failure and/or malfunction of my own or others’ equipment. 3. My own negligence and/or the negligence of others, including but not limited to operator error and guide decision making. 4. Fatigue, alcohol consumption and/or dizziness, which may diminish my/our reaction time and increase the risk of accident. *I understand the description of these risks is not complete and that unknown or unanticipated risks may result in injury, illness, or death.

Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Indemnity Agreement and Photo Release In consideration for being permitted to participate in the activity (ies) described above and related activities, I hereby agree, acknowledge and appreciate that: 1. I HEREBY RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS WITH RESPECT TO ANY AND ALL INJURY, DISABILITY, DEATH, or loss or damage to person or property, WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, the following named persons or entities, (herein referred to as “releasees”): LivingSocial Adventures, and its parent company, LivingSocial, Inc. doing business as LivingSocial, and its subsidiary affiliates. To release the releasees, their officers, directors, employees, contractors, representatives, agents, and...
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