So I am going to be boarding my horse with a retired couple that are renting out some pasture. We seem to be on the same page for most things, as far as horse care is concerned. She just sent me boarding agreement and it is pretty straight-forward. However, I do have a question about this section:
6. Safety and Release From Liability.
BY SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT YOU ARE GIVING UP CERTAIN LEGAL
RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO RECOVER DAMAGES IN CASE OF
INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF YOU or YOUR
PRESENCE AND/OR PARTICIPATION IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES AT
STABLE, INCLUDING INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ARISING
OUT OF THE NEGLIGENCE OF STABLE.
I don't know if I like the ending part that I have bolded. Is this saying that if I get hurt, or my horse gets hurt, because of something they did ("stable") that I won't be able to get damages back?
Any advice that anyone can give me that they have run into with a boarding agreement?
One thing I saw that was not in the agreement, is how much notice I need to give them if I am going to leave and/or how much notice they need to give me if they are going to stop renting me the pasture.