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Which of the following is the preferred format for waivers?




a. Waiver within another document


b. A group waiver


c. A waiver within a team roster


d. A standalone document


e. A waiver within a membership document

c. A standalone document

A waiver is not valid if a court rules it is against public policy. Which of the following situation have been ruled not to be against public policy?




a. Parties don't have equal bargaining power


b. Precludes liability greater than negligence


c. Participating in a recreational/sport activity


d. Service that is important to the public


e. A, B, and D only

c. Participating in a recreational/sport activity

If you want to shift responsibility to someone by an insurance contract, which of the following is the form to use?




a. Waiver


b. Indemnification contract


c. Agreement to participate


d. Release


e. Assumption of risk agreement

b. Indemnification contract

If you are testing someone in a medical/scientific experiment, which of the following is the best form to use?




a. Informed consent


b. Agreement to participate


c. Waiver


d. Assumption of risk agreement


e. Both B and D

a. Informed consent

Waivers signed only by a minor are voidable and the minor cannot be bound by a contract regardless of who signs it. What are some suggestions to do when faced with this situation?




a. Get parent or guardian to sign on behalf of the minor


b. Require indemnification


c. Require parent to sign an arbitration/mediation agreement


d. Take your chances


e. A, B, and C

e. A, B, and C