Nothing herein limits in any way any liability which otherwise exists: (a) For deliberate,
willful or malicious infliction of injury to persons or property; or (b) for injury
suffered in any case where the owner of land charges the person or persons who enter
or go on the land other than the amount, if any, paid to the owner of the land by
the federal government or any agency thereof, the state or any agency thereof, or
any county or municipality or agency thereof.
Nothing herein creates a duty of care or ground of liability for injury to person
Nothing herein limits in any way the obligation of a person entering upon or using
the land of another for recreational or wildlife propagation purposes to exercise
due care in his or her use of such land and in his or her activities thereon.
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