What are ‘your premises’?
You are responsible for the safety of people using your premises. A place is your premises if you decide who is and who is not allowed onto it. If the landlord is responsible for the Money paid to a person to financially support them. When a couple has separated both parents have a duty to support their children, and a court can order a parent to make regular payments to support the children. Maintenance for a spouse is now less common, and must be applied for within 12 months of a divorce. It is usually covered in a final settlement of all property. of and the repairs to premises, then the landlord is also responsible for people who hurt themselves on the premises. Premises include any fixed or movable structure, including any vessel, vehicle or aircraft.
What is your responsibility?
You must take all reasonable care to ensure that any person on your premises A document that sets out what a person wants to happen to their money and other property after they die. not be hurt because of the state it is in. If you do not, you will have to pay compensation to anyone who is hurt while on the premises.
In deciding whether you have taken reasonable care, a An independent body that hears legal claims brought by parties and decides between them. Serious cases are heard by a judge and jury, or just a judge. Less-serious cases are heard by a magistrate. will look at:
- how likely it was that an injury would occur;
- how serious the injury is;
- how the injured person came to be on your premises;
- the nature of your premises;
- whether you knew, or ought to have known, that people were likely to be on your premises;
- the age of the injured person;
- the ability of the injured person to appreciate the danger; and
- how difficult or expensive it would have been for you to fix the thing that caused the injury, or to protect people from it.