26347Re: [SCA-Archery] waivers
- May 9, 2009Actually, in this instance authority cannot be delegated. Insurance
policies are governed by contract law and exist between the issuer
and the policyholder (in this case the SCA,Inc.) What the Society
Seneschal can delegate is the authority to set rules as to what
constitutes an SCA sanctioned event in a local area. Obviously, if
the local rules for sanctioning an event are stricter than society
standards, the event will not be insured due to the terms of the
policy but we cannot set conditions for insurability on our own.
At 11:58 AM 5/9/2009, you wrote:
> > On May 9, 2009, at 11:42 AM, Carolus wrote:
> >> I will note, however that insurance requirements are set at society
> >> level, not Kingdom, thus while your kingdom may require specific
> >> conditions, they may not really matter in the event of a claim.
>Not when the Society seneschal specifically delegates relevant rule-
>making authority to the kingdom seneschals and that said seneschals
>(as well as local branch seneschals) are specifically legal agents of
>However, Carolus and I have indeed been referring to our direct
>experiences in Caid over a number of years. I find it easier to cite
>our kingdom's seneschal's handbook and relate it to my experience.
>Probably since I am not a lawyer, I sometimes find the Society
>handbook somewhat vague on specifics.
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