Indemnification of property owner that allows nonprofit organization or educational provider to use property
(1) As used in this section, “educational provider” means a public or private elementary or secondary school or an education service district.
(2) A property owner that enters into a contract to allow a nonprofit organization or an educational provider to use the property owner’s property or facilities may not require in any separate agreement any individual to indemnify the property owner for damages not caused by the individual while the nonprofit organization or educational provider and the individual use the property or facilities.
(3) This section does not prohibit a property owner from requiring a nonprofit organization or educational provider to indemnify the property owner for damages caused by the organization’s or provider’s use of the property or facilities. [2015 c.749 §1]
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