This Trampoline Waiver should be signed by any Tenant that wants to have a trampoline. It states that the Tenant accepts full responsibility for any damages or injuries from the trampoline and releases the Landlord from any liability.
Document Last Modified: 9/14/2021
Trampolines are inherently dangerous and present a risk of injury or serious bodily harm. If you have a Tenant that wants to have a trampoline on a rental property, it’s important to have them sign a Trampoline Waiver.
The purpose of this Waiver is to document the potential risks that come with trampolines and to document the Tenant’s acceptance of full responsibility for these risks. Further, the Waiver releases the Landlord from any responsibility or liability for any damages or injuries that occur as a result of the trampoline.
Some Landlords simply do not allow trampolines because of the risks that they present. However, if you’re going to allow Tenants to have a trampoline on a rental property, it’s a good idea to have them sign a Trampoline Waiver before allowing the use of the trampoline.
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