Managing Safety and Liability vs. Managing A Budget

Signed into law on September 8th, 2016, The Snow Removal Service Limited Liability Act changed the liability relationship between Community Associations and their snow services contractor.  The act states, “Provides that any provision in a snow plow and de-icing services contract that purports to indemnify or hold harmless a promisee (client) from or against liability for loss or damage resulting from the negligence or omissions of the promisee (client) is against public policy of this state and is void and unenforceable”.  What does this mean?     Read the article…………..


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