Serving alcohol at wedding reception
I am planning on having a wedding reception at a country club that requires me to use their liquor and bartending services. Can I be held responsible if one of my guest were to drink and drive and get into a car accident? Can the country club waive their liability?
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Re: Serving alcohol at wedding reception
Since you are required to use the country clubs liquor and bartending services, I do not think they can waive their liability. However, it is a good practice, that all members to the party be on the alert for anyone who has had too much to drink.
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