Bishop, is there a way to just give you our waivers (which we might have already...?), and somehow make them transferable to any event (that you go to with us)? If not, it's not that big of a deal to just bring a copy (which I made =]) with us.
Post by Alric, son of Harland on May 1, 2007 1:34:52 GMT -5
Before you head to an event with a copied waiver, make sure the event organizers will accept a copy. You must see a notary because that proves the signature is accurate, and the notary uses a stamp that adds texture to the paperwork. Some event organizers (including those in charge of troll at Ragnarok) won't accept a copy.
If you need extras, your parent should be able to sign multiple copies in front of a notary (it's free at almost any bank, if you have an account), and have them all notarized. File them away, and grab a new one for each event. Repeat annually until you're 18.
If anyone is still worried about this, my Mother is a licensed public notary. Just let me know when we start to have practices again this spring and I can drag her out to notarize a bunch of waivers at an event or something.
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