a) What is an exculpatory clause? b) Why did the court hold this exculpatory clause to be unenforceable? c) Is that always true? d) Many of the examples in the text show exculpatory clauses to be unenforceable. Is that the general rule? e) Why is that distinction important? f) Why? g) Can you explain further?

a) What is an exculpatory clause?
b) Why did the court hold this exculpatory clause to be unenforceable?
c) Is that always true?
d) Many of the examples in the text show exculpatory clauses to be unenforceable. Is that the general rule?
e) Why is that distinction important?
f) Why?
g) Can you explain further?

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