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Release of Liability Form Template

We know. Sending a liability release form can be more troublesome than it should be without the right tools. Now, it’s easier than ever to get legally binding signatures on your release of liability forms thanks to this reusable template from OnTask. Launch your release of liability form template for free to start customizing and collecting signatures from clients.

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Release of Liability

A Free Liability Release Form Template for Streamlining the Collection of Legally Binding Signatures

With OnTask’s free liability release form template, you can have full creative authority over the forms you send. Customize fields, assign participants, and set recipients for when signing is complete. Get legally binding signatures in minutes and feel the benefits of going paperless.

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  • Simplify signature collection
  • Save precious time
  • Ensure accuracy
  • Customize form fields
  • Reuse the template
  • Streamline your process

Collecting Liability Release Signatures Should be Simple

Collecting signatures is no easy part of any process, and a liability waiver form is no exception. The last thing a signee needs at this stage is more friction points in the process of actually signing the document. Putting a legally binding signature on a waiver form has more weight than more simplistic legal documents. Our liability release template helps remove these points of friction, streamlines the collection of legally binding signatures, and helps you get on with the next step.

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Instead of telling you, we’re going to show you. This quick 1-minute video shows you exactly how to set up a new release of liability waiver template, what it looks like to send a document, and how it looks to the signee when they receive the form.

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“Waivers are stored automatically for us in OnTask. If you set up the process right, it’s extremely easy to train on.” 

Paul Fuller, Director of Operations at Central Ohio Youth for Christ

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Frequently Asked Questions

Filling in your liability release form is an essential step. To prepare your document, you’ll need to include the information of both parties (this includes that of yourself or your business), details of the event with in-depth descriptions, any payment requirements for the release (including payment terms if applicable), and be sure to include a section for signing and dating.

Release of liability forms are designed to protect you and your business against potential lawsuits. What needs to be included on your form can vary depending on its specific use case. Generally speaking though, a liability waiver should include the following:
  • A document title
  • A warning or disclaimer asking the signer to read carefully before signing
  • A risk rundown, with full transparency into what risks they are taking on by partaking.
  • A voluntary agreement stating that anyone signing the agreement must understand that they are doing so voluntarily and of their own free will.
  • A release clause stating that you or your company are not liable for property or asset misuse that may result in personal or financial injuries.
  • An indemnity agreement stating that if a signer wishes to sue, they are responsible for all court and legal costs.
  • A detailed description of the event, or project and any important expectations

The difference between a waiver and a release is based on the transfer of ownership. With a waiver, rights are waived and therefore gone. While with a liability release, rights are transferred from one party to another in the agreement.

No. You are not required to use a lawyer to write a release of liability form. However, it is recommended that you have your release form reviewed by a legal professional to ensure correct language and preservation of rights.

Yes. OnTask integrates with most CRMs and platforms used by many businesses and attorneys using Zapier integrations. You can learn more about OnTask’s integrations here.

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