The Tattoo Consent and Release Form is a record that is intended to hold a tattoo artist and their business innocent of illegalities as to the body artistry (tattoos and piercings) made upon the customer’s body, with their express signed consent.
The customer must answer a set of inquiries to guarantee the security of the artist and the business establishment, as expressed in the release of liability form. All questions must be replied to in a “yes” or “no” format by ticking the needed option.
Make sure that all fields in this record are filled. The record must be deliberately inspected before being signed. No minor youngster, younger than 18 years, may obtain tattoos or piercings without the signed document from a parent or any other responsible person, like a guardian.
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Tattooing is an inventive and worthwhile action: individuals place their skin in your grasp, and you and your specialists have the obligation of furnishing them with incredible body craftsmanship and an ideal experience.
Sadly in our belligerent society, individuals are continually searching for approaches to make an additional buck. Should your customer feel in any capacity that you or your studio was answerable for individual or passionate injury, they may choose to sue you. To be safe and secure, one should fill out and complete the Tattoo Consent and Release form.
|Document Name||Tattoo Consent and Release Form|
|Other Names||Tattoo Parental Consent, Tattoo Copyright Release|
|Avg. Time to Fill Out||9 minutes|
|# of Fillable Fields||24|
|Available Formats||Adobe PDF|
To complete the template and include all necessary data, we provide you with an extensive guideline on completion of the form:
In the final part, write out your age, date of birth in an appropriate format, full name, cell number, and address. Do not forget to include the city-state zip code and then, finally, sign the document.