Premises Liability Reform – S.B. 115
Clarifies the meaning of terms related to landowner liability and
Clarifies the meaning of terms related to landowner liability and declares that the Colorado court of appeals and supreme court decisions in Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, Inc. v. Wagner should not be relied upon to the extent that those decisions determined: the foreseeability of third-party criminal conduct based upon whether the goods or services offered by a landowner are controversial; and that a landowner could be held liable as a substantial factor in causing harm without considering whether a third-party criminal act was the predominant cause of that harm.
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