Originally Posted by mbuna420
So the buyer will be picking up the bike today after I cash the check from his payee. This is what I have so far what you guys think
I, hereby sell one motorized Taranchula Mt. bike. Home maid as-is. Buyer takes blame for injury from riding said bike, due to improper riding or failure to preform regular maintenance. Buyer is responsible for following all laws. Seller is free of all liability.
Not bad. Maybe fluff it up a bit like:
I (insert name) hereby sell one home made Tarantula Mt. Bike as is-where is. Buyer releases seller of any and all liability for injury related to improper operation or mechanical failure. Buyer is also responsible for familiarizing himself with any and all laws pertaining to motorized bicycles.
I'm not an attorney, so take it with a grain of salt. Also, remember, it's not the customer you have to worry about, it is his or whomever is the injured parties attorney you have to worry about. Can be a sticky situation.