Lowery v Walker: CA 1910

An occupier of land who knows that members of the public are in the habit of going on to his land and does nothing to prevent it, may be deemed to have licensed them to do so.


[1910] 1 KB 173


England and Wales

Cited by:

Appeal fromLowery v Walker HL 9-Nov-1910
A trespasser was injured by the land owner’s savage horse.
Held: If a land-owner knows of but does nothing to stop acts of trespass by the public on his land, there may be an implied license. Decision reversed. In Scottish courts the . .
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Torts – Other

Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.218728