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Small Business

Waiver And Release Agreement

Texas

Asked on Feb 10, 2022

I am a tennis coach as a side hustle in Austin, TX. Considering getting basic general liability coverage with an insurance company. If I do I would need to have my students sign a waiver. Is this something you can help with and is it absolutely necessary to have the document notarized or not?

I am a tennis coach as a side hustle in Austin, TX. Considering getting basic general liability coverage with an insurance company. If I do I would need to have my students sign a waiver. Is this something you can help with and is it absolutely necessary to have the document notarized or not?

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Small Business

Texas

Answered 201 days ago

Kelvin R.

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Business Lawyer
Licensed in Texas
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A waiver and release of liability is a good idea. We can draft a provision for you to include in your existing agreement or as a stand alone waiver agreement. It is not necessary that waiver be notarized.

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