Obvious Tree Hazard on Park Sledding Hill
Under traditional principles of landowner liability for negligence, the landowner generally owes a legal duty to guard, warn or make the premises reasonably safe for use by invitees. Invitees are those invited or encouraged to enter the premises for a particular public or business purpose, e.g., recreational use of a public park.
To make the premises reasonably safe for invitees, a landowner must inspect and repair or remove known or....
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Interesting article. I am curious as to whether the sledding was a sanctioned use, i.e. identified in a master plan or signed in the park, or an informal use by park neighbors.