attractive nuisance


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Noun1.attractive nuisance - anything on your premises that might attract children into danger or harmattractive nuisance - anything on your premises that might attract children into danger or harm; "their swimming pool is an attractive nuisance; they should fence it in"
nuisance - (law) a broad legal concept including anything that disturbs the reasonable use of your property or endangers life and health or is offensive
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o All work areas identified by the AGENCY as accesable to students shall be barricaded to prevent the creation of an attractive nuisance.
But this time around it was more of an attractive nuisance, the 16-month-old boy's mother (http://abc7news.
Floating languidly at the local swim club or at a friend's house could cause one to desire a pool of his own, but several insurance considerations should come into play before installing an in-ground attractive nuisance.
I hate to say it, but unless the ASR is very good, the more complex user interface that comes with it constitutes an attractive nuisance.
After the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at the historic Grass Lawn in Gulfport Guests dined on coastal favorites from Catering Creations and were entertained by the Attractive Nuisance band and DJ Paul Lee.
16c, taken together, state all elements of the attractive nuisance doctrine.
Dennis the Menace's neighbor Margaret is cute and bothersome, but she's not exactly the sort of attractive nuisance we have to worry about here.
An attractive nuisance is something that attracts children, and where they might get injured.
A third category of unaffected claims involves tort actions in which the attractive nuisance doctrine applies.
This hits too close to our industry and our sense of danger as an attractive nuisance.
Until you agree to being the one to pay for any expense incurred, you have no right to place anything on public property, especially something that is considered by many to be only an attractive nuisance.