The most recent legal digest from Tim Everett focuses on the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 and Landlords causing harm to guest, visitors and employees of their tenants. Under the act the landlords have no civil liability for harm caused by the state of the residency, this is the case even when they may have obligations to repair or maintain the property. Click the link below to see the case between Essex County Council, Havering College of Further and Higher Education, and the Governing Body of Sawyers Hall College v Joanne Hall and others.
Reference:  EWHC 3443 (QB)
Head over to the Legal and Enforcement forum to read the full digest.