Boarding Contracts Part 2

Many attorneys recommend including in boarding contracts an exculpatory clause in which the boarder agrees to a waiver of the farm's liability for personal injuries or injuries to the horse. This is important due to the nature of a boarding transaction. When one party (in this case the horse owner, or bailor) delivers property to another (the farm owner, or bailee), a bailmen

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