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Old August 17th, 2007, 08:29   #10
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Originally Posted by Lawdog View Post
The primary use of waivers is as a deterrant. The injured chap says to himself "I signed a waiver, I cannot sue. I am out of luck." and never bothers to call the lawyer.

I do believe part of the issue is that in Canada, we do not have the legal capability to sign away our rights, correct? We have some basic rights that cannot be denied, waiver or not.
Originally Posted by TokyoSeven View Post
That was a very bad move on your behalf. Sort of like cutting off your foot for money, but not getting the money first and then letting the person with the money run away.
Originally Posted by MadMorbius View Post
Liberals rely on emotion. Conservatives rely on evidence, and the Socialists rely on everyone else.
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