At 5/14/08 09:13 PM, JebbaL wrote:
Yes....... That's very good advice...... and.........it......helped quite a bit because.........
Feel free. However, I don't claim responsibility for any and all action committed or intended to commit using said property, and upon this agreement's opening you hereby and permanently agree to abide by said agreements terms and conditions, as specified above and as will be further specified below. Sign below to state your understanding:___________
Now, as the sole owner and proprietor of said hammer, I hereby present my legal ownership and all assumed responsibilities of said item to you, JebbaL, under the condition that you must: a. use it for your personal, non-commercial use, b. you must not cause any permanent damages to any parties involved or any remaining third parties who might exist, and if one does happen to cause said damages, the previous owner of said item is not responsible for any damages that may occur, c. you agree to the above and the previous agreement stating the responsibility of ownership of said item. In order for the transfer to occur, you must provide contact details and a legally binding signature, so the transfer can begin. The requirement of the signature will be settled right here, please sign on the dotted line: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. The transfer of goods and materials will be handled by a third party, who, as per the agreement, take no responsibility for the condition and properties of the item being transferred.
Thank you for your cooperation,
(How did I do? My dad's a lawyer, maybe I got some in my blood!)