2006 New York Code - Agreements Exempting Caterers And Catering Establishments From Liability For Negligence Void And Unenforceable.



 
    § 5-322. Agreements  exempting  caterers  and  catering establishments
  from liability for negligence void and  unenforceable.  Every  covenant,
  agreement or understanding in or in connection with or collateral to any
  contract  entered  into  with  any  caterer  or  catering  establishment
  exempting the said caterer or catering establishment from liability  for
  damages  caused  by  or  resulting from the negligence of the caterer or
  catering establishment, his agents, servants, employees  or  patrons  at
  the  affair  contracted  therefor, shall be deemed to be void as against
  public policy and wholly unenforceable.

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