- Horse Law
|Creative Cowgirl ||10-12-2012 06:38 PM |
I Need a Waiver for Horse Training
I am thinking about starting to ride/train peoples green broke horses for a side job. However, I was not able to find any waiver forms online for cheap or free that would pertain to my situation specifically, as I would be training on the owner's property, not mine. Does anyone have or know of a good place that I could get a form like this without it costing an arm and a leg?
|Speed Racer ||10-12-2012 06:45 PM |
I wouldn't worry so much about a waiver, as liability insurance. Waivers can be obtained anywhere, and boiler plated to match whatever you're doing.
|NorthernMama ||10-12-2012 06:48 PM |
^Agreed. And in some jurisdictions no matter what somebody signs, they can't legally sign away their basic rights.
|Creative Cowgirl ||10-12-2012 06:52 PM |
Ok, well I don't really have the money for liability insurance, as I'm still in college. What would be the best way to protect myself legally then? Again without costing an arm or a leg lol.
|Joe4d ||10-12-2012 06:59 PM |
actually it is the other way around, the landowners need to be protecting themselves. No way I would hire an unlicensed, uninsured contractor to do anything on my property. Especially something dangerous like horse training.
|NorthernMama ||10-12-2012 07:44 PM |
No insurance? I wouldn't do it.
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