A signed liability release form between a skier and a ski resort does not necessarily supersede an oral agreement between a ski lift operator and a skier to stop a lift before she boarded, according to the Pennsylvania Superior Court.

The court reversed a Somerset County judge’s grant of summary judgment to the ski resort and ruled that a question of fact remains as to whether there was a breach of an oral agreement and whether it could void the signed release from liability form.

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