In Duffy v. Irons Area Tourist Association, the Court of Appeals examined the scope of the recreational land use act, holding that it protects only owners, tenants, and lessees. There, the defendant-tourist association contracted with the State of Michigan to maintain the Little Manistee Trail. While riding an all-terrain vehicle on that trail, the plaintiff crashed her vehicle and sustained serious injuries. She sued the tourist association for negligently failing to maintain the trail. The trial court held that the recreational land use act protected the tourist association from negligence claims. The Court of Appeals reversed. The recreational land use act limited its scope to “owner[s], tenant[s], and lessee[s].” MCL 324.73301. Because the tourist association was none of these, the act did not protect it from liability.