2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 59 - Claims Against Public Entities
Section 59:3-16 - Immunity Protection Not Provided Under Certain Circumstances.

NJ Rev Stat § 59:3-16 (2016) What's This?

59:3-16 Immunity protection not provided under certain circumstances.

2.An architect or professional engineer shall not be considered an employee of a public entity pursuant to N.J.S.59:1-1 et seq. and shall not have the immunity protection provided by section 1 of this act if:

a.the architect or professional engineer, or a private entity for which the architect or engineer is employed, has any existing contract for services with the public entity, other than the State of New Jersey, whose public safety officer made the request for architectural or engineering services provided under section 1 of this act;

b.the architect or professional engineer, or a private entity for which the architect or engineer is employed, enters into any contract for services that involve the performance of any additional architectural or engineering services related to the voluntary, uncompensated services performed for the public entity whose public safety officer made the request for architectural or engineering services provided under section 1 of this act; or

c.the act or omission by the architect or engineer involves actual fraud, actual malice, willful misconduct or an intentional wrong.

L.2014, c.53, s.2.


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