A. The developer, association, or other project professional shall post and maintain
signs that contain the warning notice specified in subsection B. One sign shall be placed in a clearly visible location at the entrance to the project
and another at the site of the project activity. The warning notice shall consist of a sign in black letters, with each letter to
be a minimum of one inch in height. Every written contract entered into by a project professional for the providing
of professional services, instruction, or the rental of equipment to a participant,
whether or not the contract involves project activities on or off the time-share project
or at the site of the project activity, shall contain in clearly readable print the
warning notice specified in subsection B.
B. The signs and contracts described in subsection A shall contain the following notice
“WARNING: Under Virginia law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of
a participant in a project activity conducted at this location if such injury or death
results from the inherent risks of project activity. Inherent risks of project activity include, among others, risks of injury inherent
to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent
manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the inherent risks of participating in this project activity.”
C. Failure to comply with the requirements concerning warning signs and notices provided
in this section shall prevent a project professional from invoking the privileges
of immunity provided by this chapter.
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