The Law of Premises Liability
This newly-revised treatise addresses one of the most frequently asserted theories of recovery in the field of tort law, personal injury actions brought by entrants against owners or occupiers of land. The Law of Premises Liability is an extensively-researched and highly-readable volume providing up-to-date coverage of all issues relating to premises liability.
Discussing the latest case law from all 50 states, this volume remains the most complete and up-to-date resource available on the law of premises liability.
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LIABILITY TO LICENSEES FOR UNINTENDED HARMS
3 Activities on Premises
2 Conditions on Premises
1 Possessors Duty to Child Invitee
ABOLITION OF CATEGORIES
THE SLIPANDFALL CASE
PART B STATE GOVERNMENTS
PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITIES
LIABILITY OF OWNERS AND OCCUPIERS FOR HARM CAUSED
land from obstructing the view of travelers on adjacent highways Compare Harvey v Hansen 299
LIABILITY OF DRAMSHOP OWNERS SOCIAL HOSTS AND OTHERS
1 Establishing Existence of Duty
1 Proving CauseinFact
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