Assignment: Family Fitness Center
Assignment: Family Fitness Center
Carlos Leon joined the Family Fitness Center, signing a contract called a “Club Membership Agreement (Retail Installment Contract).” The contract isa legal-length, single sheet of paper covered with writing front and back. The front page was divided into two columns, with the right-hand column containing blanks for insertion of financial and “Federal Truth in Lending” data plus approximately 76 lines of text of varying sizes, some highlighted with bold print. The left-hand column contains approximately 90 lines of text undifferentiated in size, with no highlighting and no paragraph headings or any other indication of its contents. The back of the agreement contains approximately 90 lines of text. The exculpatory clause is located at the bottom of the left-hand column of the front page and states the following: Buyer is aware that participation in a sport or physical exercise may result in accidents or injury, and Buyer assumes the risk connected with the participation in a sport or exercise and represents that Member is in good health and suffers from no physical impairment which would limit their use of FFC’s facilities. Buyer acknowledges that FFC has not and will not render any medical services including medical diagnosis of Member’s physical condition. Buyer specifically agrees that FFC, its officers, employees and agents shall not be liable for any claim, demand, cause of action of any kind whatsoever for, or on account of death, personal injury, property damage or loss of any kind resulting from or related to Member’s use of the facilities or participation in any sport, exercise or activity within or without the club premises, and Buyer agrees to hold FFC harmless from same.
Assignment: Family Fitness Center
Assignment: Family Fitness Center
Months later, Leon sustained head injuries when a sauna bench on which he was lying collapsed beneath him at Family Fitness. Leon filed an action against Family Fitness for personal injuries. Will the exculpatory agreement he signed be enforced?
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