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Are you saying that people have parties or meetings in their homes and invite the general public? What am I missing here?
No disclaimer is ever enough. If someone wishes to sue you, even for an outlandish claim like the innocuous activity which you describe, they can do so. Liability for anything, almost always requires an active participation in the event that caused the harm. For example: the city bus company delivers a patron to a bar where he is injured by another patron. There is no liability on the part of the bus company for delivering him there. I cannot see how there can be any liability based upon the passive activity that you have described. A general overall disclaimer of any liability for events occurring at a member event should be sufficient, even though it's not guaranteed to be effective.
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