Trespasser Liability Reform: S.B. 342 (2012)
Codifies longstanding state common law that a possessor of real
Codifies longstanding state common law that a possessor of real property owes no duty of care to a trespasser except to: (1) refrain from causing wanton or intentional injury, including by a trap or pitfall; and (2) exercise reasonable care to avoid causing injury to a known trespasser in a position of peril and to use reasonable care to warn a known trespasser of dangers known by the possessor to exist on the property.
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