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(Solution document) 1. In which of the following cases would res ipsa loquitur apply? Why?


1.     In which of the following cases would res ipsa loquitur apply? Why?

a.  The plaintiff was driving his car on hotel property and hit an obstacle in the road.

b.  The plaintiff was sitting at the desk in her hotel room writing postcards when the ceiling light fixture fell on her head and injured her.

c.   The plaintiff tripped in a restaurant. .


6    How might the duty of care owed by a hotel ore restaurant differ depending on whether the plaintiff is an invitee, a licensee, or a trespasser? How might the outcome of a case vary depending on the status of the plaintiff? What is the rationale for such different results?

 







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