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premises

a building or part of a building, including land and other appurtenances, especially mechanical services.

veterinary premises
does not define whether the accommodation is classified as a hospital, or a clinic, or is less than those and does not fit any special criteria. Does indicate that the premises are used for veterinary purposes, e.g. branch premises indicates that the premises are used for veterinary work but is serviced from a main clinic at a distance and is not manned for sufficiently long periods each day to qualify as a branch practice.
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The panel pointed out that the Court of Appeals has held that the "open and obvious" doctrine applies only to premises liability claims - not negligence claims.
35) On one occasion in 2010, the Fourth District affirmed a directed verdict against a premises liability plaintiff, relying in part on Ameijeiras and describing it in a parenthetical as follows: "holding that attack in a county-owned park was unforeseeable because no similar violent crimes were reported to have occurred there in the preceding two years.
So, while the ordinary premises liability exposures can present few problems for an insured school or college, what if the injury is due to an out-of-the-ordinary event?
out of 54), and 82% of premises liability cases (14 out of 17) listed
Premises liability includes a duty of reasonable care to all entrants and has its roots in the latter half of the twentieth century when most jurisdictions abandoned the tripartite system of apportioning liability to entrants based on their relationship to the landowner.
However, all businesses, including mines, need to be aware of the second theory, premises liability.
When the claim was for physical or sexual abuse, the plaintiff recovery rate was 74%--54% for premises liability, 55% for business/employer negligence, 60% for negligent supervision and 60% for treatment negligence.
adopting new perspectives on premises liability and litigation defense.
1 on her behalf alleges negligence, premises liability, product liability and negligent infliction of emotional distress against the league and The Newhall Land and Farming Company.
Primary law and practice materials are available in separate segments devoted to Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicles, Workers' Compensation, and Premises Liability.
Nicole concentrates her practice in general defense litigation, with an emphasis on construction and premises liability litigation.
A Kansas City man who fell while walking out the back door of a rental home has settled a premises liability claim with his landlords for $0,000.