[§304A-1955] Limitation on liability. [See Note at subpart heading.] (a) The University of Hawaii shall not assume or otherwise promise to answer for the debt, contract, or liability of any other person or private entity involved with the innovation and commercialization initiative program.
(b) Notwithstanding chapters 661 and 662, or any other law to the contrary, nothing in this subpart shall create an obligation, debt, claim, cause of action, claim for relief, charge, or any other liability of any kind whatsoever in favor of any person or entity, without regard to whether that person or entity receives any benefits under this subpart, against the State or its officers and employees. The State and its officers and employees shall not be liable for the results of any investment, purchase of securities, loan, or other assistance provided pursuant to this subpart. Nothing in this subpart shall be construed as authorizing any claim against the University of Hawaii in excess of any note, loan, or other specific indebtedness incurred by the university or in excess of any insurance policy acquired for the university or its employees. [L 2017, c 39, pt of §2]