Friday, October 10, 2014

Campbell v. Weathers case brief summary


Campbell v. Weathers case brief summary

F: TC ruled in favor of D.
P, frequent customer of D’s place of business, entered D’s place and used toilet w/o making any purchase, and P was injured.


I: Even though a regular customer of longstanding had not actually made a purchase on the particular occasion of his injury, whether he is still categorized as an invitee to use facilities provided by the owner of facility.


R: Even though a regular customer of longstanding had not actually made a purchase on the particular occasion of his injury, he is still categorized as an invitee to use facilities provided by the owner of facility.


A:
Men frequently, during spare moments, step into a place of business, which they patronize regularly, where drinks, cigars and lunches are sold. They may not have intended definitely to presently make a purchase.


C: reversed -> in favor of P

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