(1) It is declared to be the policy of the general assembly to encourage the owners
of any building, mine, structure, or other real estate to make such property available,
without compensation, for civil defense, and for that purpose this section is enacted.
(2) No person, limited liability company, partnership, corporation, or association
shall be civilly liable, except for willful and wanton acts, for the death or injury
of any person or the injury to or loss of any property which may occur in or on the
property of such person, limited liability company, partnership, corporation, or association
resulting from any preparation, drill, exercise, use in an official alert, or inspection
incidental to a civil defense activity. This exemption from liability extends to any owner, tenant, lessee, assignee, or
successor in interest of any property used for civil defense purposes, together with
his or her personal representatives, heirs, successors, and assigns.
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