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Term:Which statute deals with occupiers'sliability to TRESPASSERS?Definition:The Occupiers' Liability Act 1984.Term:How is a trespasser DEFINED?Include judicial authority.Definition:'Someone who goes on the landwithout invitation of any sort andwhose presence is otherwise unknownto the proprietor or, if known, ispractically objected to', per LordDunedin in Robert Addie & Sons Ltd vDumbreck (1929).Term:How is an occupier liable to a CHILDTRESPASSER? Include case law.Definition:In Pannett v McGuinness & Co Ltd(1972), a 5 year old boy trespassed ona building site and was badly burnedby a bonfire, which should have beenproperly guarded, because it was nextto a public park and it acted as anALLUREMENT, since a child of thatage could NOT APPRECIATE THEDANGER.Term:What is the PHIPPS PRINCIPLE?Definition:According to Phipps v RochesterCorporation (1955), parents may beexpected to be responsible for notACCOMPANYING very youngchildren.
Term:What does s.1(1)(a) of OLA 1984 referto?Definition:The 'state' of the premises, not theactivities on them, and the duty owedto people other than visitors.