Full Statute Name:  West's Annotated California Codes. Government Code. Title 1. General Division 3.6. Claims and Actions Against Public Entities and Public Employees. Part 2. Liability of Public Entities and Public Employees. Chapter 2. Dangerous Conditions of Public Property. Article 1. General. § 831.7.5. Liability of public entity owning or operating a dog park; actions of a dog in the dog park

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Primary Citation:  West's Ann.Cal.Gov.Code § 831.7.5 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  April, 2019 Date Adopted:  2013
Summary: This law in the Government Code states that a public entity that owns or operates a dog park shall not be held liable for injury or death of a person or pet resulting solely from the actions of a dog in the dog park.

(a) A public entity that owns or operates a dog park shall not be held liable for injury or death of a person or pet resulting solely from the actions of a dog in the dog park.

(b) This section shall not be construed to affect the liability of a public entity that exists under the law.

(c) “Public entity” has the same meaning as Section 811.2, and includes, but is not limited to, cities, counties, cities and counties, and special districts.

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(Added by Stats.2013, c. 74 (A.B.265), § 1.)

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