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Welcome. You want to be safe in case they are injured while working on your roof? If so, something along the lines of this should work out fine for you: www.ameritexroofing.net/uploads/resources/LiabilityWaiver.pdf. Yes, this is sufficient, but of course, one can not waiver away negligence. If you know of a particularly dangerous condition on your roof and fail to warn the person going up on your roof of this known danger, you may still be liable for negligence. There simply is no form to erase liability in that siuation.
the link doesn't work. do you have an updated one?
Give me a moment.
I will type it in here for you if that works.
Property Owner: ________________
__________ hereby releases the homeowner at the above state property from any liability due to personal injury or damaged personal property incurred during the removal of roof tile at said property.
____________ takes full responsibility and liability for any personal injury or personal property damage ocurring during the removal of the roof tiles at said property.
State of Arizona, County of _____________
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ____ day of _______, 2013,
My commission expires:_____________________ Date: ________________________
That's about it. I see you are in Arizona. So am I. Are you in the Phoenix area as well?
Yes - In phoenix
Oh, you also need to leave a space for the notary seal at the bottom.
right - thanks
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