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All crimes, torts, and other wrongs committed by or against an airman or passenger while in flight over the state and the question of whether damage occasioned by or to an aircraft while in flight over the state constitutes a tort, crime, or other wrong by or against the owner of an aircraft shall be determined by the laws of the state. No action or suit in tort shall be brought or maintained against the state, governmental entity, or any municipality thereof or the officers, agents, servants, or employees of the state, governmental entity or any municipality thereof, on account of any act done in or about the planning, construction, maintenance, expansion, operation, superintendence, or management of any airport or other navigation facility.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 23. Highways, Roads, Bridges, and Ferries § 23-1-383 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-23-highways-roads-bridges-and-ferries/al-code-sect-23-1-383/
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