Misty M. Speake

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The Act limits the liability of farmers who allow the public to enter their land in order to pick produce directly from the fields. Farmers will no longer be liable for injuries resulting from inherit risks. However, farmers will continue to be liable for undisclosed latent conditions, willful or wanton disregard for safety and intentional injuries. While the Act requires that farmers provide notice to consumers of the limited liability through signs or in written contracts, failure to notify does not disqualify the farmer from claiming limited liability.

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