Indemnity Clauses

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  • Indemnity Form – Care of Children

    This Indemnity Form addresses the situation where a person looks after, transports, or conducts educational or play activities with other people’s children, for example in the aftercare environment. An indemnity strives to protect the caregivers should something unexpected happen, such as the child’s property going missing, or the minor child being injured while in the caregiver’s care.
    R 235,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Form – General Activities

    This Indemnity Form addresses the situation where a person takes part in a particular activity, for example, team-building events, horse riding, or extreme sports. An indemnity strives to protect the service provider should something unexpected happen, such as property going missing, or someone being injured whilst taking part in the activity.
    R 235,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Form – Sale of Snakes

    An Indemnity Form for the sale of snakes can help to protect the supplier if something happens, such as the buyer getting bitten, the snake escaping, or the snake dying.
    R 255,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Form – Sale of Spiders

    Anyone that is in the business of selling spiders to other people should obtain an indemnity from their buyers. An indemnity or disclaimer can help to protect the spider supplier should something happen, such as the buyer getting bitten, the spider escaping, or the spider dying.
    R 255,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Form – Transportation Services

    This Indemnity Form addresses the situation where a person transports someone else. An indemnity strives to protect the transport provider should something unexpected happen, such as property going missing or someone being injured whilst being transported, whether or not as a result of an accident, and any losses suffered as a result of any delays or breakdown.
    R 235,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Notice – Children’s Playground

    This Children’s Playground Indemnity Notice may be used for display in a children’s playground area that is generally accessible by the public.
    R 65,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Notice – General Display

    This Indemnity Notice can be used for display in an area that is accessible by the general public.
    R 65,00 Add to cart
  • Indemnity Notice – Parking Area

    This Indemnity Notice can be considered for display in a parking area that is accessible by the general public.
    R 65,00 Add to cart

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