Hidden dangers to customers or other invitees when

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hidden dangers to customers or other invitees. When risks are obvious, owners need not warn of them. An attorney's conduct is judged by the reasonable person standard.
Which of the following questions does a court NOT ask to determine whether the requirement of causation is met?Was there intent?
Nonetheless, that person usually can successfully sue you for damages.
Assumption of risk does NOTrequire:
An intervening event that acts as a superseding (overriding) cause may relieve the defendant of liability for injuries caused by the intervening event.
Contributory negligence: A theory in tort law under in which a complaining party’s own negligence
Under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur, the defendant has the burden to prove that she or he was not negligent.
Under the doctrine of strict liability, liability for injuries is imposed for reasons other than fault:
Which of the following situations is arguably not an appropriate application of strict liability?

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