Wisconsin Horse Boarding Agreement

b) “recreational activity” is any activity performed for the purpose of exercise, relaxation or disinterification, including the exercise or instruction of such an activity. “recreational activities” do not include participation in an alpine sport in a ski area as defined in reference 167.33, but hunting, fishing, fishing, camping, bowling, billiards, picnic, caves, nature study, dance, cycling that is not cycling, as defined at p. 167.33 (ar), horse riding, horseshoe pitch, bird watching, motorcycling , the operation of a 4×4 or a 4×4, recreational aviation, as defined at p. 895.52 (1) (hm), balloons, curling, darts, dragon fly, hiking, sledging, snowmobiling, skateboarding, participation in water sports, weight training and fitness training, visits, climbing, cutting or removal of wood, climbing tours, animal training, harvesting of natural products, participation in an agricultural tourism activity, sport and participation in an alpine sport , such as these terms are defined in S. 167.33, and any other sports, gambling or education activity. These model forms are provided courtesy of The Bay Area Equestrian Network as an outline for following the formulation of your own documents relating to the use of horse real estate and boarding problems. Due to the differences of many local, urban, regional, regional and national laws, stableWise and BAEN advise you to seek professional legal advice before entering into a contract or agreement. I do not have time to do that. Stat. S. 895.525 Participation in leisure activities; Liability restrictions, risk-taking. (Wisconsin Statutes (2016 edition) History: 1987 a.

377; 1995 a. 223, 447; 1997 a. 242; 2005 a. 155; 2011 a. 162, 199, 208; 2013 a. 165, 269, 318; 2015 a. 168, 195. This section codifies the common law. It does not impose a greater duty of care on the individual than in general law.

Rockweit v. Senecal, 197 Wis. 2d 409, 541 N. W.2d 742 (1995), 93-1130. (a) “agricultural tourism” is an educational or recreational activity that takes place on a farm, ranch, grove or other place where agricultural, horticultural or forest crops are grown or where farmed animals or farmed fish are grown, allowing visitors to explore an aspect of agricultural production, harvesting or farm farming. to observe, learn to participate or to be entertained. Ranch, Hain or any other place. NOTE: 1987 Law 377 contains a premed. which declares the law. Cheerleaders are protected from neglect because they participate in a recreational activity that involves physical contact between people in a sport with amateur teams. Cheerleading is a sport because a sport is an activity with physical effort and skill, which is governed by a set of rules or customs. The cheerleaders are in the amateur teams because a team is a group organized to work together and the cheerleaders are a group dedicated to participating in the leading fan and participating in competitions.

Cheerleading involves a significant amount of contact between participants, which can sometimes create a strong interaction between cheerleaders when a person is thrown high in the air and then captured by the same pitchers. Noffke v. Bakke, 2009 WI 10, 315 Wis. 2d 350, 760 N.W.2d 156, 06-1886. (a) A participant in a recreational activity in a person-owned or rented space by a person who provides recreational facilities to the public is responsible for taking all of the following measures: 2.