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2: Congratulations on becoming a Certified Professional Inspector at InterNACHI.
I feel you are misinterpreting the Legal clause.
Best to reach out to InterNACHI legal team or better yet retain Joe Ferry Claims Intercept. This would be solid advice seeing you are willing to open yourself and your company to needless liability.
A Limitation of Liability subject clause allows two or more parties ‘to attempt to ‘allocate risk.’ A process of identifying said risk and determining how and to what extent they should be shared’ rather than transferring said risks wholesale to parties who are unable to bear them.
It, the clause, if accepted, is multi pronged legal clause and can be immense in scope. You would need a professional team enumerating what risks are involved during every inspection and carry that risk for an predetermined amount of time.
For every structure, system and component of a residence you inspect, a: Parties can limit the amounts owed by one to the other, b: can limit the type of damages due, or c: can limit the type of claims that can be brought.
It boggles the mind why you even want to go there.
The PIA, Property Inspection Agreement, is a legal document offer freely to InterNACHI inspectors. Its a legal gift. Accept it in manner to which it is intended. To protect InterNACHI CPI’s from needless, unwarranted, unfounded liability.
If you wish to retain your own legal consultants or an attorney, by all means do so. But also be prepared for the costs you will incur along the way.