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Owner Jointly and Severally Liable for Nondelegable Duty

Previously, I discussed the case of Walters v. Beach Club Villas Condominium, Inc., 2020 WL 912943 (Fla. 3d DCA 2020) as it pertains to the Fabre defense. In this case, the plaintiff--a guest of a condominium unit owner--sued the association and the association’s dock contractor after she injured herself on an unfinished dock.  The association hired a dock contractor to repair and replace a dock and the work was unfinished on the date the plaintiff injured herself. The plaintiff claimed the association was jointly and severally liable for the dock contractor’s portion of damages.   The appellate court agreed because the association...

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Uneven Floor Level Does Not, in of Itself, Support Premise Liability Claim

Does an uneven floor level, in of itself, support a premise liability claim?  No!  Uneven floor levels are not so uncommon.  The case of Contardi v. Fun Town, LLC, dealt with this issue in the context of an uneven floor at a skating rink – the difference between the skating rink floor and building’s subfloor.  A person was injured when exiting the skating rink to the building’s subfloor and, consequently, filed a premise liability lawsuit.   The owner of the skating rink was granted summary judgment and the summary judgment was affirmed on appeal finding that a premise liability claim did not...

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