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Premises

The property, including the buildings, structures and grounds, that is included in a title to ownership, or a deed of conveyance.

premises

Land and/or its appurtenances.
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The trial court implicitly concluded that plaintiff's claims sounded in premises liability and that the ice was open and obvious.
23) Yet, there is no conflict between Admiral's Port and those decisions, which recognize merely that premises liability may emerge based on either the suspicious behavior of the criminal in question or prior criminal activity.
However, while ordinary premises liability exposures can be covered under a general liability policy, note that the Insurance Services Office (ISO) has mandatory endorsements that must be attached to a general liability policy that insures a school.
medical malpractice"), and premises liability cases.
4) Though this strict standard once prevented many Massachusetts plaintiffs from recovering for injuries sustained due to snowy or icy conditions, Massachusetts has abandoned the natural accumulation standard in favor of the more plaintiff-friendly general premises liability standard.
But addressing the human aspect of premises liability is less clear.
The court held, inter alia, that the case against the hospital could proceed on a premises liability theory.
It reversed the dismissal and remanded the matter for further proceedings, without addressing plaintiff's premises liability argument.
Managers must also arrange for insurance coverage to adequately protect them against liability and legal fees incurred while defending against premises liability cases.
The Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway, and Premises Liability Section and the Cochran Firm will host a "Bring Your Own Files" discussion forum and luncheon in Miami during the Winter Convention.
The primary theories are product liability and premises liability, with the third being intentional torts.
Keeping up its pace of launching a new title practically every month this year, Lexis-Nexis-Mealey's this month began publication of Mealey's Litigation Report: Premises Liability.