2006 New York Code - Certain Prohibited Contracts And Provisions Of Contracts
TITLE 3 CERTAIN PROHIBITED CONTRACTS AND PROVISIONS OF CONTRACTS Section 5-301. Certain employment contracts void. 5-311. Certain agreements between husband and wife void. 5-321. Agreements exempting lessors from liability for negligence void and unenforceable. 5-322. Agreements exempting caterers and catering establishments from liability for negligence void and unenforceable. 5-322.1 Agreements exempting owners and contractors from liability for negligence void and unenforceable; certain cases. 5-322.2 Contents of certain construction contracts. 5-322.3 Payment bonds to be filed. 5-323. Agreements exempting building service or maintenance contractors from liability for negligence void and unenforceable. 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. 5-325. Garages and parking places. 5-326. Agreements exempting pools, gymnasiums, places of public amusement or recreation and similar establishments from liability for negligence void and unenforceable. 5-327. Consumers' right to recover attorney's fees in actions arising out of consumer contracts. 5-328. Processing fee by holder of dishonored check. 5-331. Certain covenants and restrictions in conveyances and other agreements affecting real property void as against public policy. 5-332. Unsolicited and voluntarily sent merchandise deemed unconditional gift. 5-333. Validity of oil, gas or mineral land leases. 5-334. Option or right to acquire interest in property.
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