Waiver Letter For Not Liable [FREE Sample]

Learn how to write a waiver letter for not liable. Use our sample waiver letter for not liable as a template for your letter.

Waiver Letter For Not Liable Sample

Name of Property Owner
Address of Property Owner
City, State, Zip Code


Name of Receiver
Address of Receiver
City, State, Zip Code

Dear Name of Receiver:

You are welcome to spend two weeks camping on the shores of Clear Lake with your family. Since the lake is on my personal property, I request that you sign the following not liable waiver.

I, Name of Receiver, hereby agree that:

Name of Property Owner and his family are not responsible for any accidents that occur while I, my wife and two sons are camping on his property. This includes accidents because of my negligence as well as from natural disasters.

If any accident does occur, I cannot bring a lawsuit against Name of Sender or his family members, nor can my family bring a lawsuit in the event of my death.

Signature of Receiver

There are two copies of this letter. Kindly sign them both and send one to me by certified mail and keep the other for your records.

If you have any questions, I can be reached at Phone Number or at Email Address. I hope you enjoy your camping vacation by Clear Lake.


Signature of Property Owner
Printed Name of Property Owner
List of Enclosures: one copy of the letter

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