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There are 2 acts of parliament which deal with the liability of occupiers for their premises; the Occupiers Liability Act
1957 and 1984 (OLA).
The 1957 act is concerned with the duty owed to visitors, whereas the 1984 act is concerned with the duty owed to
non-visitors, sometimes called trespassers.…

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If a person enters premises in the exercise of their calling and suffers an injury connected with his trade, the occupier
might expect the person to be aware of dangers inherent in their trade and the occupier may not be liabile for such
injuries (Roles v Nathan)

Independent Contractors ­…


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