I can give a hypothetical example. Going back to the waiver form on this thread:
"I hereby indemnify and hold Landmark Education, its officers, managers, shareholders, affiliates, employees, agents and/or people who assist, harmless from all loss, cost, obligation or damage
arising out of my participation in the Programme or in other activities or events related to the
(Bold italics mine).
I think the one I signed might also have said, "property damage." It seems that i asked them what kind of property damage I could possibly get from the program, and I was told, "Well, in case someone dings your car in the parking lot, or something." I accepted that explanation. So the scenario they gave me would have been accidental. What nobody expects is their level of malice. Since i signed the form, holding them blameless for damage, they could theoretically say that they were blameless if they sent someone out to the parking lot to key my car, (which, of course, I didn't
consent to). That didn't happen, but i wouldn't put it past them. Actually, some of the things they did to me were considerably worse. It's as if their reasoning is; "Since we're blameless for damage, we can do all the damage we want."
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