n Without Prejudice - Devil in the details : the law

Volume 15, Issue 10
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



ENTER AT OWN RISK. Sometimes it is necessary to sign an indemnity agreement before entering areas such as business zones, parking lots, building, events and facilities. In other instances, there is nothing to sign but the placards of disclaimers mounted on the walls soon tell you that the managers and owners of the property will not accept liability for any injury you suffer as a result of your visit. But are these disclaimers and indemnity agreements sufficient to protect the owners? Before tackling this question, one needs to consider the meaning of an indemnity.

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