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1. General: (1) Expressed or implied voluntary and intentional relinquishment or abandonment of a legal advantage, claim, requirement, or right. (2) Document (instrument) by which a such abandonment or relinquishment is effected.
2. Insurance: Agreement or supplementary clause attached to a policy which (1) excludes certain type of losses, (2) limits the amount of claim to a specified sum, or (3) extends the coverage to include items not included in a standard policy. See also rider.

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If someone is injured at your business you should try to get them to sign a waiver that clears you of all liability.
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Before I allow athletes to participate in my programs, I make sure that each of them signs a waiver so they can't sue me in case they manage to get hurt.
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If you wish to leave the hospital against medical advice, we're going to need you to sign this waiver before you can leave.
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