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Yes, you can limit remedies available to investors so long as the investors are made aware of the limitation and it is signed off.
Be aware, however, that you can not limit civil remedies for fraud or misconduct, only for the failure of the investment
in the normal course of the business
. In other words, you are basically telling investors that there is no guaranteed return.
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