Unhappy Landings: Liability for Obvious Risks Taken by Rational Visitors

12th March 2013 by John Bates

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How far must an occupier guard against obvious risks that a rational visitor willingly takes for their own safety? How well is the post-Tomlinson trend against liability faring? Is the principle of volenti non fit injuria regaining popularity? A recent case looks at the competing themes.

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John is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University.

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