2012 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes
Chapter 83 - Particular Rights and Immunities
Section 8339 - Agricultural immunity

§ 8339.  Agricultural immunity.

(a)  General rule.--No cause of action shall arise against the owner, tenant or lessee of land or premises for injuries to any person, other than an employee or contractor of the owner, tenant or lessee, who is on the land or premises for the purpose of picking and purchasing agricultural or farm products at a farm or "u-pick" operation, unless the person's injuries were caused by a condition which involved an unreasonable risk of harm and all of the following apply:

(1)  The owner, tenant or lessee knew or had reason to know of the condition or risk.

(2)  The owner, tenant or lessee failed to exercise reasonable care to make the condition safe or to warn the person of the condition or risk.

(b)  Definitions.--As used in this section, the term "agricultural or farm products" means the natural products of the farm, nursery, grove, orchard, vineyard, garden and apiary, including, but not limited to, trees and firewood.

(July 11, 1990, P.L.464, No.112, eff. imd.)


1990 Amendment.  Act 112 added section 8339.

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