2010 Tennessee Code
Title 70 - Wildlife Resources
Chapter 7 - Liability of Landowner to Persons Using Land
Part 1 - General Provisions
70-7-104 - Conditions under which liability unaffected.

70-7-104. Conditions under which liability unaffected.

(a)  This part does not limit the liability that otherwise exists for:

     (1)  Gross negligence, willful or wanton conduct that results in a failure to guard or warn against a dangerous condition, use, structure or activity; or

     (2)  Injury caused by acts of persons to whom permission to hunt, fish, trap, camp, hike, sightsee, cave, or any other legal purpose was granted, to third persons or to persons to whom the person granting permission, or the landowner, lessee, occupant, or any person in control of the land or premises, owed a duty to keep the land or premises safe or to warn of danger.

(b)  Subdivision (a)(1) shall not be construed to impose liability or remove the immunity conferred by § 70-7-102 for failure to guard or warn of a dangerous condition created by forces of nature.

[Acts 1963, ch. 177, § 5; T.C.A., § 51-805; Acts 1987, ch. 448, §§ 4, 5; 2004, ch. 622, § 9; 2009, ch. 602, § 1.]  

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