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120.06. Duty to Persons on Premises-Scope of Invitation-Condition of PremisesStart Your Free Trial $ 11.99
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120.06 Duty to Persons on Premises--Scope of Invitation--Condition of Premises It was the duty of defendant, [name of defendant], as an [owner] [occupier] [other] of the property in question, to exercise ordinary care to see that the property was reasonably safe for the use of those lawfully on the property. [That duty extends only to the portion of the premises onto which the person has either expressly or impliedly [been invited] [or] [been given permission] to use [or] to that portion the [owner] [occupier] [other] might reasonably expect him to use in connection with the [invitation] [permission] [and] only to that manner of use which the [owner] [occupier] might reasonably expect in connection with the express or implied [invitation] [or] [permission]]. [However, if [name of defendant], was on a portion of the premises to which he was not expressly or impliedly [invited] [or] [permitted] [or] which the [owner] [or] [occupant] would not reasonably expect him to use in connection with the [invitation] [or] [permission] [or] was using the premises for a purpose other than that for which he was [invited] [or] [permitted] [or] [for which the [owner] [occupier] might reasonably have expected him to use the premises], then it was the duty of the defendant to refrain from willful and wanton conduct which would endanger the safety of the plaintiff.]