Utah Code Title 78B. Judicial Code § 78B-6-707. Indemnification provisions void and unenforceable

Any clause in a sales contract or collateral document that requires a purchaser or end user of a product to indemnify, hold harmless, or defend a manufacturer of a product is contrary to public policy and void and unenforceable if a defect in the design or manufacturing of the product causes an injury or death.

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