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§ 10. Liability limited. The owner or operator of a hockey facility shall not be liable for any injury to the person or property of any person as a result of that person being hit by a hockey stick or puck unless: (1) the person is situated behind a screen, protective glass, or similar device at a hockey facility and the screen, protective glass, or similar device is defective (in a manner other than in width or height) because of the negligence of the owner or operator of the hockey facility; or (2) the injury is caused by willful and wanton conduct, in connection with the game of hockey, of the owner or operator or any hockey player or coach employed by the owner or operator.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 745. Civil Immunities § 52/10. Liability limited - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-745-civil-immunities/il-st-sect-745-52-10/
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