invitee

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  • noun

Synonyms for invitee

a visitor to whom hospitality is extended

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cannot or should not know of by the use Business Invitee A person who is of reasonable care.
A business invitee is a person who is invited to enter or remain on land for a purpose directly or indirectly connected with business dealings with the possessor of the land.
He maintained that the hospital as a landowner, owed a duty to him as a business invitee.
In other words, when a crime is committed against a business invitee or employee, liability may not attach unless there is forseeability on the part of the business.
Also, Scott was within the class of persons who could foreseeably be injured by the defendants' violations of federal safety regulations because he was a business invitee of the defendant.
The complaints state in part, "The conduct by and through agents, servants, and employees of the defendants was outlandish, outrageous, willful, wanton, intentional, reckless, negligent, careless, and done without any excuse or justification and further demonstrated a corporate culture through management that brute aggressive, physical, violent, and unbridled brute force is an appropriate method of dealing with guests and business invitees.
18) The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ("SJC") interpreted this language of the statute to include only public ways or ways in which the general public held an easement, not privately owned places used by the general public solely as licensees or business invitees.
In contrast, property managers often have a duty concerning common area maintenance and business invitees using common areas.
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