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Premises need not be in perfect condition

Personal Injury Compensation

Premises need not be in perfect condition

Murphy v Milton Keynes Parks Trust Ltd and Another [2021] EWHC 2917 (QB)

A judge has held that the duty of an occupier under s2of the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 was to see that premises are reasonably safe for visitors, but that perfection cannot be expected. Nor can a Highway authority be expected to keep a pavement in perfect condition.

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