What form is required for me as a delivery business to release my customer from any liabilities encountered during the course of my transport or delivery of their products.
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There is no form. It is simply a contract you have drafted and submitted to the customers for execution. However, I'm not sure what you mean by "release your customer from liabilities." Do you mean limit your company's liability to the customer? If so, the agreement should address that.
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You don't need a form as much as you need a lawyer who can prepare whatever forms are necessary.
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