I can’t quite say why, but there is some AI info that is causing the error. Mayhaps you have a plug-in, or defined something unique somewhere… some coder-type person might be able to notice what… the error mentions cutDepth, I don’t know where that would or would not be defined in AI.
I opened the AI file, didn’t see anything too weird (except for white fills on all objects, but that’s a different matter, makes no difference in terms of these errors). I stripped the white fills out anyway, and changed the colors just in case that was a thing… it wasn’t.
Then I saved it as an EPS and brought it back into AI, then se-saved as an SVG again. Same issue.
Then I saved it as a PDF, with “Preserve Illustrator Editing” turned off. I brought that back into AI, saved as an SVG, and got a file with no (apparent) errors in the Mac OS. Brought that to the GFUI and it threw a clipping path warning.
Opening this version in AI showed me that a clipping path had been added to each element, so I used Select All and then Object>Clipping Mask>Release.
I saved that version as an SVG, and got no errors from Mac OS or from the GFUI.
Maybe @scottmillersb or someone else running Windows can try it again to see if it throws an error/corrupted file
(@Jules I did not see any clipping masks in the original AI file when opening it in CC2018)
I wish I could tell you what is actually causing the error.