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Caution to NJ Waiver Users: NJ Courts Continue to be Consistent in Limiting the Breadth of Waivers

 By Doyice Cotten

In 2017, David Martin entered a charitable clay shooting event. When he arrived at the event, he signed a waiver of liability (Martin v. Hudson Farm Club, Inc., 2021). The waiver stated:

I HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT THE RECREATIONAL USE OF FIREARMS IS AN INHERENTLY DANGEROUS ACTIVIT WHICH CAN AND DOES RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND/OR DEATH ESPECIALLY IF SAFETY RULES ARE NOT OBEYED.

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How Long does a Waiver Last?

  By Doyice Cotten

In a 2018 New Jersey waiver case (Weed v Sky N.J., LLC, 2018 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 410), the primary issue revolved around the enforceability of an arbitration agreement included in the liability waiver.

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