How well do you know about occupiers liability law? If you intend to lease a property or own one you need to ensure you understand this specific law. It not only aids in what to do if harm comes to people occupying or trespassing. Take up the quiz below and get to learn more about this law. All the best!
Person living on premises.
Person who owns premises
Person with some control over premises
Something with four walls.
Fixed or moveable structure.
Tomlinson v Congleton
Barnet v Chelsea and Kensington
Glasgow Corp v Taylor
When it is reasonable in all the circumstances
When the danger is obvious
When the risk is to property only.
Common duty of care.
Duty of common humanity.
Duty to ensure premises is safe.
Rose v Plenty
Christie v Davey
Keown v Coventry Healthcare
When the trespasser is on a premises
When the trespasser might be on a premises
When the occupier has reasonable grounds for believing the trespasser is within the vicinity of the risk.
That you shouldn't play Rugby.
That Leigh were responsible for injured players.
That there is no liability for risk willingly taken.
Warning signs are not enough.
Warning signs can be enough if clear.
Warning signs are enough if they discourage a trespasser from taking a risk.
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