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Old 07-25-2021, 12:49 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Newbiesaukee View Post
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.
That's a great point, you may have a problem if a liability claim happened, trip and fall on the dock or something similar. However, I think if you contact the insurance agent you'd find that a rental rider is cheap, a few hundred bucks would be my guess. Could be wrong.

And I'm not sure the OP was asking because he really wanted to rent, or was just curious about the law, so sorry if I took this in a different direction.
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