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Old Feb 10, 2010, 2:30 AM
Cicero Cicero is offline
Join Date: Jan 2010
Posts: 54

My senior partner and mentor Silent Bob Jerkero says that there is a DOT regulation saying that once the airline accepts the bag, whatever is in it is protected.

Here is the link

Notices disclaiming liability are not always accepted by the Courts as binding even if it is posted.

Silent Bob Jerkero considers (and I agree with him), in the case of a car being taken to the garage, the owner can reasonably be expected to clear the car and leave his belongings at home. So the disclaimer is not onerous on him. In the case of the passenger, it may impose an unfair burden on him to comply with a requirement not to check in electronics if it is too large to fit in his carry on.

I'd like to say this is my last post on this site.
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