Florida Statute Imposes Non-Delegable Duty of Reasonable Care on Business in Possession or Control of Business Premises to Keep those Premises in Reasonably Safe Condition. By SEO Admin on February 07, 2011

Section 768.0710, Florida Statutes, imposes a duty of reasonable care on persons in possession or control of business premises to maintain the premise in a reasonably safe condition for the safety of business invitees on the premises; this duty in non-delegable, and the premise owner cannot avoid liability for breach of its statutory duty by contracting the maintenance and cleaning of the premise to others. Armiger V. Associated Outside Doors Clubs, Inc., 35 FLW D2194 (Fla. 2nd DCA 10-1-2010).

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