Trespasser Liability Reform: SB 628 (2012)
Codifies existing law by providing that a real property occupant
Codifies existing law by providing that a real property occupant owes no duty of care to a trespasser except to refrain from harming the trespasser by an intentional, willful, or wanton act. Establishes that a possessor of land does not owe a duty of care to a trespasser, except for cases when the land possessor knows of the trespasser’s presence, maintains certain types of artificial conditions on the premise, or in certain instances involving child trespassers.
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