Illinois Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act: Bad News for Associations!

The Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act became effective August 25, 2016, and eliminates common contractual remedies of associations.  In a “nutshell,” certain indemnity agreements in snow and removal contracts are now against public policy and void. Any snow and ice removal contract entered into after August 25, 2016 can no longer require a service provider to indemnify a service receiver for damages or tort liability resulting from the acts or omissions of the service receiver or the service receiver’s agents or employees, or the service provider’s agents or employees.    Read the article……………..


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