Title 13, Chapter 8, Section 2
(a) A contract which is against the policy of the law cannot be
enforced. Contracts deemed contrary to public policy include but are
not limited to:
(1) Contracts tending to corrupt legislation or the judiciary;
(2) Contracts in general restraint of trade, as distinguished from contracts in partial restraint of trade as provided for in Code Section 13-8-2.1;
(3) Contracts to evade or oppose the revenue laws of another
(4) Wagering contracts;
(5) Contracts of maintenance or champerty.
(b) A covenant, promise, agreement, or understanding in or in
connection with or collateral to a contract or agreement relative to
the construction, alteration, repair, or maintenance of a building
structure, appurtenances, and appliances, including moving,
demolition, and excavating connected therewith, purporting to
indemnify or hold harmless the promisee against liability for
damages arising out of bodily injury to persons or damage to
property caused by or resulting from the sole negligence of the
promisee, his agents or employees, or indemnitee is against public
policy and is void and unenforceable, provided that this subsection
shall not affect the validity of any insurance contract, workers'
compensation, or agreement issued by an admitted insurer.