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RAFSA Liabilty Waiver PDF Print E-mail

LIABILITY WAIVER PURCHASING OF PARTS

  1. Prior to delivery of the aircraft parts and/or rotorblades, or Transfer of Ownership of Kits, purchaser shall determine the suitability of such aircraft components for his/her intended use and purpose, and PURCHASER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY WHATSOEVER IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH DETERMINATION OF SUITABILITY for present and all future purchases.
  2. Seller shall not be responsible for loss, injury or death to persons or damage to property directly or indirectly, immediately or subsequently, arising from the use of or inability to use or assemble any components purchased by Purchaser in the present or future under this contract. Purchaser assumes all present and future risk and liability arising out of the construction, assembling, or use of components sold by Seller. Purchaser shall indemnify and defend Seller from any and all causes of action, claims, losses or damages of whatsoever nature, arising out of the assembling of or use of components purchased by Purchaser in the present and all future purchases.
  3. This agreement shall be effective upon execution by authorized representatives of both Seller and Purchaser. Purchaser hereby acknowledges that he has read and understands the whole of this agreement, and further agrees to and acknowledges the inherent hazardous nature of the goods he is purchasing, and that said purchaser assumes the responsibility for the risk of use of components.
  4. Purchaser expressly recognizes that certain specific licensing is required for the safe and legal operation of an aircraft assembled from the aircraft kit components herein. Purchaser is required by law to obtain training by a Flight Instructor certified by the Minister of Transport or the Federal Aviation Administration for this category and class of aircraft. Purchaser must have the aircraft inspected during assembly and after completion by an authorized agent of the Minister of Transport or the Federal Aviation Administration to determine air worthiness prior to operation. Purchaser assumes all risk and liability for complying with all governmental licensing and training requirements.
Last Updated on Thursday, 02 February 2012 12:04