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Zip Lining Held a Recreational Activity

Premises Liability / February 4, 2020

In Doreen Rott v Arthur Rott, ___ Mich App ___; ___ NW2d ___ (2020) (Docket No. 347609), the appeals court provides an additional analytical framework for determining whether an activity is or is not “recreational” for purposes of applying the RUA.

Further, no “valuable consideration” must be given to the landowner to trigger the protection of the RUA. The activity only needs to be recreational at the time of injury for the statute to apply.

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