2006 New York Code - Agreements By Owners, Contractors, Subcontractors Or Suppliers To Indemnify Architects, Engineers And Surveyors From Liability Caused By Or Arising Ou



 
    § 5-324. Agreements   by   owners,   contractors,   subcontractors  or
  suppliers  to  indemnify  architects,  engineers  and   surveyors   from
  liability  caused  by  or arising out of defects in maps, plans, designs
  and specifications void and unenforceable.  Every covenant, agreement or
  understanding in, or in connection with any contract or  agreement  made
  and  entered  into  by  owners, contractors, subcontractors or suppliers
  whereby an architect, engineer, surveyor or their  agents,  servants  or
  employees  are indemnified for damages arising from liability for bodily
  injury to persons or damage to property caused  by  or  arising  out  of
  defects in maps, plans, designs or specifications, prepared, acquired or
  used  by such architect, engineer, surveyor or their agents, servants or
  employees shall be deemed void  as  against  public  policy  and  wholly
  uneforceable.

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