Occupiers' Liability to trespassers - Term Definition Which...

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Term: Which statute deals with occupiers's liability to TRESPASSERS? Definition: The Occupiers' Liability Act 1984. Term: How is a trespasser DEFINED? Include judicial authority. Definition: 'Someone who goes on the land without invitation of any sort and whose presence is otherwise unknown to the proprietor or, if known, is practically objected to', per Lord Dunedin in Robert Addie & Sons Ltd v Dumbreck (1929). Term: How is an occupier liable to a CHILD TRESPASSER? Include case law. Definition: In Pannett v McGuinness & Co Ltd (1972), a 5 year old boy trespassed on a building site and was badly burned by a bonfire, which should have been properly guarded, because it was next to a public park and it acted as an ALLUREMENT, since a child of that age could NOT APPRECIATE THE DANGER. Term: What is the PHIPPS PRINCIPLE? Definition: According to Phipps v Rochester Corporation (1955), parents may be expected to be responsible for not ACCOMPANYING very young children.
Term: What does s.1(1)(a) of OLA 1984 refer to? Definition: The 'state' of the premises, not the activities on them, and the duty owed to people other than visitors.

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