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No more jumps in RCR resorts, PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION EVERYONE !!!!



 
 
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Old January 4th 08, 07:41 PM posted to rec.skiing.snowboard
Neil Gendzwill
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Default No more jumps in RCR resorts, PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION EVERYONE!!!!

Sharkie wrote:

I thought skiing / boarding is a "do at your own risk" activity which
is usually clearly stated on the lift tickets, and release forms when renting equipment.
No?


In order to get a release to have any sort of chance of working, you
have to prove that the person understood and agreed to the risk. Buying
a ticket with legal babble printed on the back is useless. A signed
release form is better, but still no guarantee. Mostly release forms
make people *think* they can't sue, and so reduce the number of suits
brought.

Neil

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