This iPad app is for companies or individuals that want to make it easy to get participants to sign a release and indemnity form. It is a sound practice to use this release widely in your activities.
How To Use
You simply launch Simple Liability on the iPad, and fill out the Event Organizer (YOU), Event Name, Event Dates, Event Location, and any additional notes in the provided fields. Then, you hand the iPad to the participant and they fill out their Name, the Date and they sign their name. If the participant is under 18 years of age, you should have their parent or guardian sign instead. Next, tap the e-mail button and e-mail the participant a copy of the completed form (if you like send yourself a copy too). The newly created liability and indemnity agreement is stored in the popular PDF format and is an attachment to the e-mail.
No more hard to read applications or misunderstandings from poor handwriting! The best part is that Simple Apply makes your activities greener! No more paper wasted!
How To Sign Liability Form
Simply use you finger to sign your name above the available space on the signature line.
How To Delete a Bad Signature
Are you not happy with the way your signature turned out? Double tap on the signature you just created and it will delete itself and you can try again.
Tips For a Good Signature
We have found that small strokes make for the best signatures and to take your time signing. You will be very happy with the result.
Note: While the inputted information is stored temporarily until you tap on clear. If you close the app and reopen the signature will not be saved during this time. It is important to e-mail the finished liability and indemnity agreement upon receiving the iPad back from the person signing.
The information in this iPad app is designed to provide a form to release you from the liability of hosting an activity whether among strangers or friends. It is provided as is, and isn’t necessarily endorsed or approved by this app’s author. Due to the variance of many local, city, county, and state laws, we recommend that you seek professional legal counsel before using this form or entering into any contract or agreement.