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RUNNING HEAD: PA201 UNIT 6 ASSIGNEMENT – SECONDARY SOURCES 1 PA201- Unit 6 Assignment – Secondary Sources Heather Johnston Kaplan University October 04, 2016
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PA201 UNIT 6 ASSIGNEMENT – SECONDARY SOURCES 2 Secondary Sources 62A Am. Jur. 2d Distractions § 272 (2016). This article explains how negligence can be determined when it comes to distractions in a store. It also explains what expectations are from a proprietor and a consumer. The courts hold that a customer has a right to assume that they are in a safe environment when they are entering into a store. It has been found that stores arrange their merchandise in ways that naturally distract a consumer and this keeps the consumer from looking at the floor. A consumer is not negligent when they are looking at the shelves of a store instead of the floor. This article goes on to explain that a consumer can be held negligent if they were not in the area of an obvious distraction at the time of the slip and fall.
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