Writing for the majority of the Newfoundland Court of Appeal, Justice Green has recently provided welcome elucidation of the ever-elusive "waiver of
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Two recently released Superior Court decisions offer distinct treatments of the same question and impact the longstanding jurisprudence on exculpatory
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This time the 9th Circuit, which joins the 1st, 2nd, 3d, 4th, 6th, 7th, 10th, DC and Federal circuits in rejecting the notion of selective or limited waiver. In a fight over royalties arising from Superman comics, the heirs of the creator of the character.
The British Columbia trial court held last year that releases signed by participants in ziplining were a complete defence to the negligence of the operator: Loychuck v Cougar Mountain Adventures Ltd, 2011 BCSC 193.