2021 Indiana Code
Title 34. Civil Law and Procedure
Article 31. Limited Liability
Chapter 9. Limited Liability Arising From Agritourism Activities
34-31-9-11. Exceptions to Immunity for Certain Acts and Omissions

Universal Citation: IN Code § 34-31-9-11 (2021)

Sec. 11. Section 10 of this chapter does not prevent or limit the liability of an agritourism provider:

(1) who has actual knowledge or reasonably should have known of:

(A) a dangerous condition on the land, facilities, or equipment used in the agritourism activity; or

(B) the dangerous propensity of a particular animal used in the agritourism activity;

and does not make the danger known to the participant and the danger proximately causes injury, damage, or death to the participant;

(2) who fails to properly train, or improperly or inadequately trains, employees who are actively involved in agritourism activities and an act or omission of the employee proximately causes injury, damage, or death to the participant;

(3) who commits an act or omission that:

(A) constitutes willful or wanton disregard for the safety of the participant; and

(B) caused the injury or death of the participant; or

(4) who intentionally injures the participant.

As added by P.L.3-2011, SEC.1.

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