(1) Create a duty of care or ground of liability for an injury to persons or property;
(2) Relieve any person using the land of another for recreational purposes from any
obligation that he or she may have in the absence of this chapter to exercise care
in his or her use of that land and in his or her activities thereon, or from the legal
consequences of the failure to employ that care; or
(3) Create a public or prescriptive right or easement running with the land.
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