A broad waiver of liability in a health club’s membership contract is not sufficient to sustain a claim under New Jersey’s Truth in Consumer Contract and Warranty Notice Act, a state Superior Court judge in Camden has ruled.

With plaintiffs lawyers bringing a multitude of cases under TCCWNA recently, the ruling sheds light on the potential limits of the statute, which was enacted in 1981 to address unconscionable contract terms and has increasingly been used to challenge websites’ terms of service.

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