Aug 13, 2020 10:08 AM
Under Massachusetts personal injury law, signing such a waiver generally precludes the person who signed the waiver from pursuing a negligence claim against the released party.
I understand that there are risks of physical injury associated with, arising out of and inherent to the activity of dance. In recognition of this acknowledged risk of injury, I knowingly and voluntarily waive all right and/ or causes of action of any kind, including any and all claims of negligence arising as a result of such activity from which liability could accrue to Miss Monet’s Dance Studio, employees, instructors, and all affiliated entities.
I hereby agree to release Miss Monet’s Dance Studio and hold Miss Monet’s Dance Studio harmless of all liability, and hereby acknowledge that I knowingly and voluntarily assume full responsibility for all risks of physical injury arising out of active participation in dance on behalf of the participant. I am aware that this is a release of liability and an acknowledgement of my voluntary and knowing assumption of the risk of injury. I have signed this document voluntarily and of my own free will in exchange for the privilege of participation.
If I am a minor, my parent and / or legal guardian has also signed this document releasing Miss Monet’s Dance Studio from any and all such liability described above and has acknowledged that I am knowingly and voluntarily assuming all risks of injury inherent to this activity. The participant has my permission to participate in Miss Monet’s Dance Events. I warrant the below information is complete and correct. I further release Miss Monet’s Dance Studioof all liabilities associated with my child’s attendance at Miss Monet’s Dance Studio.