Comparison of Tri-State Area Recreational Use Statutes
In their Domestic Environmental Law column, Christine A. Fazio and Ethan I. Strell write: Beginning in the 1950s, states began adopting recreational use statutes, which shield landowners from tort liability when people engage in certain types of outdoor recreation on those lands, thus encouraging recreation. Although New York’s, New Jersey’s, and Connecticut’s statutes are structured similarly, their application has been far from uniform.
By Christine A. Fazio and Ethan I. Strell|October 23, 2017
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No, not that kind of recreational use. Outdoor recreation.
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