Law q occupier liability?
Celia, who is five years old, attends The Rainbow Primary School. During a period of free play
in the garden, Celia slipped away from her teacher, Sharine. Celia wandered off, crossing the
infant and then the junior school field and climbing a very small fence to enter a restricted
area where she fell down a set of broken and disused steps to a disused building which were
slippery and half collapsed. She was unable to read the sign, which read ‘DANGER: REPAIRS
UNDERWAY’. Celia suffered a minor head injury and broke her arm. Her toy bear, Shaggy,
Raymond, a part time teaching assistant who was on his way home, walked past the area of
the incident around 5 minutes after Celia fell. He saw Celia lying on the ground and crying.
He ran to help her, jumping over the fence before tripping on a tree root. The root had been
reported as dangerous to the School by the construction workers working to repair the
disused building a week prior. He broke his ankle.
Advise Celia and Raymond of any claims under the tort of occupier’s liability
- STEVEN FLv 78 months ago
There are so many IMPOSSIBILITIES in your ABSURD hypothetical that it doesn't raise to the level of not being worth analyzing.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Without knowing WHERE this is impossible to answer. This isn't US Federal Law, and it's not International Law. I'm trying to figure where "disused" is a common word. This makes no sense - "disused building which were slippery and half collapsed." The disused building was slippery and half collapsed?
It's obviously a cut and paste question. If so, the original question is flawed. Her toy was broken? That's important?
I have two suggestions:Post questions in English AND do your own homework. The answer based on the law where I live is useless to you.