licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

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agathos
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licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby agathos » Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:42 am

If a landowner gave D a permission to use his house , and asked D to promise not to take a cetain person P into his house. However , D took this person P into landowner's house ,and the P entered a the landowner's unlock room ,there were some pills in the unlocked drawer. P ate one of them. Those pills harmed P .And P sued D and landowner.

1. if P knew he was not allowed into this house ,but was invited by D ,P is a licencee ,invitee or tresspass?
2.if P did not recognize that he was forbided going in this house,and was invited by D, P is a licencee, invitee or tresspass?
3.If D is landowner's son , is there any different to this case?

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Re: licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby Nicholasnickynic » Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:24 am

agathos wrote:If a landowner gave D a permission to use his house , and asked D to promise not to take a cetain person P into his house. However , D took this person P into landowner's house ,and the P entered a the landowner's unlock room ,there were some pills in the unlocked drawer. P ate one of them. Those pills harmed P .And P sued D and landowner.

1. if P knew he was not allowed into this house ,but was invited by D ,P is a licencee ,invitee or tresspass?
2.if P did not recognize that he was forbided going in this house,and was invited by D, P is a licencee, invitee or tresspass?
3.If D is landowner's son , is there any different to this case?



Depends on what your teacher says.

IT would be different depending on the jursidiction, and the time- this very well might be common law rules that no longer exist in most states.

You know there is no "the law," right?

The law is what ever your teacher wants it to be. Ask her.

Edit: and then there are restatements, which are not even real law. But sometimes states adopt them. But they usually change them a bit. Also, they usually have not adopted the most recent version. Teachers like to teach different versions.

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Re: licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby agathos » Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:42 am

Nicholasnickynic wrote:
agathos wrote:If a landowner gave D a permission to use his house , and asked D to promise not to take a cetain person P into his house. However , D took this person P into landowner's house ,and the P entered a the landowner's unlock room ,there were some pills in the unlocked drawer. P ate one of them. Those pills harmed P .And P sued D and landowner.

1. if P knew he was not allowed into this house ,but was invited by D ,P is a licencee ,invitee or tresspass?
2.if P did not recognize that he was forbided going in this house,and was invited by D, P is a licencee, invitee or tresspass?
3.If D is landowner's son , is there any different to this case?



Depends on what your teacher says.

IT would be different depending on the jursidiction, and the time- this very well might be common law rules that no longer exist in most states.

You know there is no "the law," right?

The law is what ever your teacher wants it to be. Ask her.

Edit: and then there are restatements, which are not even real law. But sometimes states adopt them. But they usually change them a bit. Also, they usually have not adopted the most recent version. Teachers like to teach different versions.


Thanks for your advise...

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Re: licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby Nicholasnickynic » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:15 am

agathos wrote:
Nicholasnickynic wrote:
agathos wrote:If a landowner gave D a permission to use his house , and asked D to promise not to take a cetain person P into his house. However , D took this person P into landowner's house ,and the P entered a the landowner's unlock room ,there were some pills in the unlocked drawer. P ate one of them. Those pills harmed P .And P sued D and landowner.

1. if P knew he was not allowed into this house ,but was invited by D ,P is a licencee ,invitee or tresspass?
2.if P did not recognize that he was forbided going in this house,and was invited by D, P is a licencee, invitee or tresspass?
3.If D is landowner's son , is there any different to this case?



Depends on what your teacher says.

IT would be different depending on the jursidiction, and the time- this very well might be common law rules that no longer exist in most states.

You know there is no "the law," right?

The law is what ever your teacher wants it to be. Ask her.

Edit: and then there are restatements, which are not even real law. But sometimes states adopt them. But they usually change them a bit. Also, they usually have not adopted the most recent version. Teachers like to teach different versions.


Thanks for your advise...


Your welcome. If you want, I can also give you my advice.

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Re: licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby IrwinM.Fletcher » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:21 am

Nicholasnickynic wrote:Your welcome. If you want, I can also give you my advice.


Tip: If you're going to be a spelling nazi, try not to fuck up your grammar.

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Re: licencee or invitee or tresspass ? Tort case

Postby Nicholasnickynic » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:33 am

IrwinM.Fletcher wrote:
Nicholasnickynic wrote:Your welcome. If you want, I can also give you my advice.


Tip: If you're going to be a spelling nazi, try not to fuck up your grammar.



Why? their different things. :o :lol:




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