Recreation Safety Act: SB 79 (2011)
Grants parents the right to release or waive a minor
Grants parents the right to release or waive a minor child’s prospective claim for negligence against the provider of a sport or recreational opportunity in which the minor participates. Provides that only a parent may sign a waiver or release form and it need not be signed by the minor. A parent may not waive a minor’s prospective claim against the provider for willful, wanton or reckless acts.
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