(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this Code section, a space flight entity
shall not be civilly liable to or criminally responsible for any person for a space
flight participant injury arising out of inherent risks associated with any space
flight activities occurring in or originating from this state if the space flight
(1) Limit liability for a space flight participant injury:
(A) Proximately caused by the space flight entity's gross negligence for the safety
of the space flight participant; or
(B) Intentionally caused by the space flight entity;
(2) Limit the liability of any space flight entity against any person other than a
space flight participant who meets the requirements of paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection
(a) of this Code section;
(3) Limit liability for the breach of a contract for use of real property by a space
flight entity; or
(4) Preclude an action by the federal government, the State of Georgia, or any state
agency to enforce a valid statute or rule or regulation.
(c) The limitations on legal liability afforded to a space flight entity by the provisions
of this article shall be in addition to any other limitations of legal liability provided
by federal law or the laws of this state.
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