Shops, Resturants and Public Places
Shop owners, restaurateurs and other public premises have a duty to take reasonable care that visitors will be safe when using their premises.
For example, if a floor is wet from a recent spillage, or even from a regular cleaning routine, signs normally need to be erected to alert customers and visitors to the hazard. If insufficient (or no) warning of the danger is provided, a claim by an injured party will normally be possible.
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