2006 New York Code - Agreements Exempting Pools, Gymnasiums, Places Of Public Amusement Or Recreation And Similar Establishments From Liability For Negligence Void And Une

    § 5-326. Agreements  exempting  pools,  gymnasiums,  places  of public
  amusement or recreation and similar establishments  from  liability  for
  negligence   void   and  unenforceable.  Every  covenant,  agreement  or
  understanding in or in connection with, or collateral to, any  contract,
  membership  application, ticket of admission or similar writing, entered
  into between the owner or operator of  any  pool,  gymnasium,  place  of
  amusement  or  recreation, or similar establishment and the user of such
  facilities, pursuant to which such owner or operator receives a  fee  or
  other  compensation  for  the  use of such facilities, which exempts the
  said owner or operator from liability for damages caused by or resulting
  from the negligence of the owner, operator or person in charge  of  such
  establishment,  or  their agents, servants or employees, shall be deemed
  to be void as against public policy and wholly unenforceable.

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