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SECTION 205-D
Relief from civil liability for acts or omissions by fire wardens in the city of New York
General Municipal (GMU) CHAPTER 24, ARTICLE 10
§ 205-d. Relief from civil liability for acts or omissions by fire
wardens in the city of New York. After being trained by a certified fire
safety director, any person designated to serve as a fire warden or
deputy fire warden in any structure classified as an office building by
law or otherwise in the city of New York shall not be liable for damages
for injuries, death or property damage alleged to have occurred by
reason of an act or omission in the performance of any duty contained in
a fire safety plan unless it is established that such injuries, death or
property damage was caused by gross negligence on the part of such fire
warden or deputy fire warden.