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Old 07-25-2021, 12:28 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by LikeLakes View Post
I agree completely. If you rent out a space at your dock, who's to know? Not harming anyone. I would suggest you have a simple agreement signed by the renter that says they must have their boat insured and you are not liable for any damage should it occur.
I am not an attorney, but regardless of what they sign, your liability carrier may not cover you if it determines your renting a dock is a commercial activity.

If you have assets to protect, this just may not be worth it.
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