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(p. 233) Part II Special liability regimes 

(p. 233) Part II Special liability regimes

Kirsty Horsey

and Erika Rackley

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date: 21 February 2020

This chapter focuses on the liability of an occupier to persons who are injured on their premises and the Occupiers’ Liability Acts of 1957 and 1984. The discussion considers the relationship between occupiers’ liability and negligence, what makes someone an ‘occupier’ or ‘visitor’, the duty owed to visitors and to trespassers and other non-visitors, and the exclusion of liability.

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