Re: anybody have a standard template/wording for a disclaimer - uk



I would strongly advise that you consult your solicitor for this.

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"mrsarkell" <mrsarkell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I need to display a disclaimer in an equestrain centre where teaching will
take place.
Basically a "you are here at your own risk" but I would like the official
and more comprehensive version!!!
thank you!

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