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My tenants are asking to put a trampoline for their daughter in the free area of the parking lot. I don't mind if I am not held responsible for any accidents/theft. What do I need to do?

Oh don’t do it. You will be required to purchase additional insurance. It will be considered an attractive nuisance if other kids use it and get hurt. If someone gets hurt you will be sued. Count on it.I get you want to be a good landlord, but this is not something that is a good idea.If you really want to do it, you will need to contact your insurance company about coverage. And you will also want to hire a lawyer to write a waiver for the child’s family. This waiver will not help with other families. And it won’t prevent someone from filing a lawsuit. Even the original child’s family.The road to hell, and court, is paved with good intentions my friend.

What's the dirtiest contract that you felt "forced" to sign?

All of the injury and death waivers that are required by a company letting your kid bounce on a trampoline.In order for your kid to take his socks off, I have to sign a form that absolves them of any civil and criminal recourse, even if they are negligent in the death of my kid.Meanwhile, the birthday party is starting and all of the kids, except mine, are bouncing and flipping and demonstrating why they need a waiver while my kid looks at me with those puppy eyes.It’s signing a contract under duress if I’ve ever seen it.

What is the dirtiest fine print you've seen in a contract?

Many places that provide physical activity as a service, such as trampoline parks, indoor rock climbing gyms, skating rinks, and others actually have some pretty shady fine print if you actually bother to read and the understand the liability release forms you’re signing in order to enjoy the service.Of course, there is text in those agreements that states that you understand that there is an inherent risk to participating, and the service provider is not liable for injury you sustain due to misuse of equipment, attempting maneuvers that are beyond your skill level, or the improper activity of other patrons. Those are reasonable.There is often also additional text that states that you absolve the service provider of liability for injure that you sustain as a result of happenstance, such as a piece of equipment malfunctioning or breaking. This is starting to get hazy, but I suppose there is still a case to be made that equipment does wear out, and catastrophic failure could feasibly be chalked up to very unfortunate timing.But if you look closely enough, you can even find fine print that states that you absolve the service provider of injury that you sustain due to negligence. Indeed, some places are getting you to sign waivers that basically state that they will flip you the bird when you are injured by equipment that is rusted or has other obvious signs of degradation or another customer whose dangerous activity has been known to staff but staff has not asked that person to leave.Here is a waiver for a popular trampoline park called Quantum Leap. The dirty print in question is contained in the sections titled “Release of Liability” and “Indemnification”.

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