Section 11-71-5

Liability; civil actions.

(a) Authorities, members of boards of directors, officers, and agents of the authority shall have the same immunity from liability as a municipality and its officers unless their actions are unreasonable when compared to that of a similarly situated individual, or the actions are wanton, willful, or intentional. Subject to the previous sentence, no civil action may be brought or maintained against the authority or any director thereof for or on account of the negligence of an authority or director or its or his or her agents, servants, or employees in or about the construction, acquisition, installation, maintenance, operation, superintendence, or management of any facility or other improvement owned, controlled, maintained, or managed by the authority.

(b) No civil action may be maintained against a municipality, its officers, servants, employees, or agents relating to any facility built by an authority or to any other project owned, controlled, maintained, or managed by an authority unless the individuals' actions were unreasonable when compared to that of a similarly situated individual, or such acts were wanton, willful, or intentional.

(Act 2011-689, p. 2105, §5.)