Little League International would highly encourage you to have a certified lawyer from your state review any waiver prior to signing that documentation. The waiver may include language about release of liability, indemnification, or hold harmless language, and it would be beneficial to understand those implications from a local attorney.
We understand that if you don’t sign that waiver, you may not have access to the facility to hold your Little League activities, which puts your league in a very difficult position to resume play. If your league does sign a waiver from your facility owner, we strongly encourage you to use the language from the waiver to have the parents/guardians of your players and volunteers sign a similar waiver, so that all members of your league are fully supportive of the measures set forth in the waiver your league has agreed to.
Learn more about Little League’s guidance for waivers.