Dekinar: Is it Obvious? The Duty to Warn in Package Holiday Cases

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Published: 09/10/2023

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In this webinar Sarah Prager KC and Andrew Spencer discuss the law on duty to warn of obvious risks, encompassing:

  • A recap of the caselaw since Tomlinson v Congleton BC;
  • Exploration of the reasoning in Evans v Kosmar;
  • Consideration of the decision in White Lion Hotel v James;
  • Discussion of whether the authorities can be reconciled in the context of hotel accommodation, both domestically and abroad.

View the slides – Is it Obvious? The Duty to Warn in Package Holiday Cases

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Sarah Prager KC

Call 1997 | Silk 2023

Andrew Spencer

Call 2004

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