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Question 1

Dave is an avid bungee jumper who is going on a jumping trip to Schnipper's cliff. Dave is bringing along his four-year-old son, Solomon, who has no idea what bungee jumping is. The company that is organizing the trip makes Dave and Solomon sign release forms saying that they are aware of the risks involved in bungee jumping and that they assume those risks. Solomon cannot read and puts his name on the line where Dave tells him to. The company representative who is leading the trip then puts Dave and Solomon into their harness, connects the harnesses to the cords and tells Dave and Solomon to jump. Dave jumps. Solomon jumps after his father, and is injured. If Solomon sues the company for his injuries he will not be able to recover because he assumed the risk:

Question 2

Barry is wandering around in the park when he walks by a group of kids playing tackle football. The kids ask Barry if he wants to play and Barry, who loves football, agrees. On the first play of the game, Barry gets the ball and manages to run a few yards before being tackled by three kids. Barry tears the ligaments in his left knee on the play and is in a cast for the next six months. If Barry sues the kids he was playing with, he will not be able to recover for his injuries:

Question 3

Barry is wandering around in the park when he walks by a group of kids playing tackle football. The kids ask Barry if he wants to play and Barry, who loves football, agrees. On the first play of the game, Barry gets the ball and manages to run a few yards before being tackled by three kids. As Barry is getting up, one of the kids kicks Barry in the chest, breaking several of Barry's ribs. If Barry sues the kid who kicked him, he will not be able to recover for his injuries: