Trespasser Liability: H.B. 767 (2016)
Provides that a possessor of land owes no duty of
Provides that a possessor of land owes no duty of care to a trespasser, except to refrain from willfully or wantonly injuring such a person. The land possessor may be subject to liability for injury to a trespasser if the land possessor discovers the trespasser in a position of peril and fails to exercise reasonable care, or the trespasser is a child injured by an artificial condition if specific criteria are met.
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