A rental agreement may not provide the following: that either party agrees to waive or forego any rights or remedies under the Oklahoma Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; that either party authorizes any person to confess judgment on a claim arising out of the rental agreement; that either party agrees to pay the other party’s attorney’s fees; that either party agrees to the exculpation, limitation or indemnification of any liability arising under law for damages or injuries to persons or property caused by or resulting from the acts or omissions of either party, their agents, servants or employees in the operation or maintenance of the dwelling unit or the premises of which it is a part; or that either party agrees to the establishment of a lien except as allowed by this act in and to the property of the other party.
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