The law of premises liability: tort liability of the owner or occupier of real property for harm inflicted upon persons while on the premises and for harm inflicted by persons who become intoxicated while on the premises
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LIABILITY TO TRESPASSERS FOR UNINTENDED HARMS
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8th Cir activity applying Ariz artificial condition assumption of risk attractive nuisance attractive nuisance doctrine caused child trespassers comparative negligence conduct constructive notice Corp court held created dangerous condition defendant defendant's denied Dobbs doctrine duty of reasonable duty owed duty to warn employees enter entrants evidence exercise reasonable F.Supp fell firefighters fireman's rule Fla.Dist.Ct.App floor foreseeable Ga.App hazard impose Ind.App independent contractor infra injury invitee J.C. Penney James & Gray jurisdictions jury question K-Mart landowner landowner's licensee matter of law Mich.App Minn Mo.App N.J.Super negligence OhioApp.3d open and obvious owner or occupier plaintiff police officer possessor of land possessor owes possessor's duty presence Prosser & Keeton reason to know recreational Restatement of Torts Restatement Second risk of harm Safeway Sess social guest Stat statute strict liability supra Supreme Court Tex.App Torts unreasonable risk unreasonably dangerous Wash.2d WESTLAW through 2000