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Laverton v Kiapasha Takeaway Supreme Woman slipped on wet floor
Tomlinson v Congleton Trespasser in lake
Ratcliff v McConnell Trespasser in pool
Donoghue v Folkestone Winter harbour dive
Keown v Coventry Teen on fire escape
Rhind v Astbury Water Park Submerged danger
English Heritage v Taylor Castle visitor
Darby v NT Obvious danger of pond
Higgs v Foster Cop in pit
Scott & Swainger v ABP Train Surfers
Bottomleyv Todmorden Contractors were useless!
Herrington v BRB Common duty of humanity
OLA 1957 s2(3) Rules on persons exercising a calling
OLA 1957 s2(4) Rules on contractors
Woodward v Mayor of Hastings Easy to check contractor's work
Haseldine v Daw Impossible to check contractor's work
Roles v Nathan Sweeps should have known risk
Wheat v Lacon More than one occupier
Harris v Birkenhead Occupier = in control
Wheeler v Copas You can occupy a ladder
The Calgarth Lord Justice Scrutton quote
Glasgow v Taylor Allurement - berries
Phipps v Rochester Parents should have been with kids
Revil v Newbery Old man in a shed
Tichener v BRB Volenti - on railway
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