SB 80 (concerning limitations on liability in connection with the sport of skiing)
clarifies the 1979 Ski Safety Act’s assumption of risk provision
clarifies the 1979 Ski Safety Act’s assumption of risk provision by stating: skier accepts and assumes the risk of and all legal responsibility for an injury resulting from inherent dangers and risks of skiing; shortens the Act’s statute of limitations from three years to two years.
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