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2014 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 41 - Torts
Section 14 Space Flight Informed Consent
Section 41-14-4 Warning and acknowledgment required. (Repealed effective July 1, 2021.)
41-14-4. Warning and acknowledgment required. (Repealed effective July 1, 2021.)
A. A space flight entity providing space flight activities to a participant, whether the activities occur on or off the site of a facility capable of launching a suborbital flight, shall have each participant sign a warning statement. The warning statement shall contain, at a minimum, the following statement:
"WARNING AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT
I understand and acknowledge that under New Mexico law, there is no liability for injury to or death sustained by a participant in a space flight activity provided by a space flight entity if the injury or death results from the inherent risks of the space flight activity. Injuries caused by the inherent risks of space flight activities may include, among others, death, bodily injury, emotional injury or property damage. I assume all risk of participating in this space flight activity.".
B. Failure to provide the warning statement requirements in this section to a participant shall prevent a space flight entity from invoking the immunity provided by this section with regard to that participant.
History: Laws 2010, ch. 8, 4.
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