The duties of a landowner toward one who enters the land without consent may no longer be determined, in many cases, by merely stating the fact that the intruder is a trespasser whose presence is unknown to the landowner. This comment will discuss an area in which the relationship of landowner and trespasser inter se has been greatly altered, and will deal in particular with a class of cases which serve to limit the expanded rights of the trespasser.
William D. Keeler S.Ed.,
Negligence - Duties of Railroad - Landowner Toward Frequent Trespasser - Limitations on Rights of Trespasser,
Mich. L. Rev.
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