Occupiers Liability Act 1957 - AQA A Level Law

who is the occupiers liability act 1957 for?

how many types of lawful visitors are there?

what are they?

what is the duty of care owed to invitees?

what case shows that the occupier had taken 'reasonable care' for the invitee(s)?

what case shows that there was no d.o.c. owed as incident was an accident?

what is the d.o.c. owed to licensees

what is the d.o.c. owed to contractual people?

which lawful visitor type is owed the highest duty of care?

which lawful visitor type is owed the lowest duty of care?

in what instances may the standard of care owed change?

why would the standard of care owed change for children? is it a higher or lower standard of care that is now owed?

what cases back this up?

why would the standard of care owed change for trades people? is it a higher or lower standard of care that is now owed?

what happens if a visitor is injured by the danger created (negligence of) the contractor?

how many requirements need to be satisfied in order so that the occupier can pass the claim to the trades person/workman?

what are they?

what case backs up 'it must be reasonable for the occupier to give work to the contractor'?

what case backs up 'contractor must be competent to carry out the task'?

what case backs up 'occupier must check the work has been done properly'?

how many types of defences are available to the occupier?

what are they?

in what forms can warning notices be in?

what case shows that warning notices weren't enough here?

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