April 07, 2006
Mitchell Review Looks at Minnesota Cases
The William Mitchell Law Review is hosting a symposium on April 20, called 8 Cases You Need to Know, in which speakers will examine eight prominent recent cases from the Minnesota appellate courts. One of them is a contract case. It’s Yang v. Voyagaire Houseboats, Inc., 701 N.W.2d 783 (Minn. 2004), holding that a houseboat lessor was not a provider of “recreational equipment” but rather an “innkeeper,” and thus that an exculpatory clause in a houseboat lease was void as against public policy.
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