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Elsewhere in the Courts: Premises Liability

An apartment building owner is liable for the injuries sustained by a subcontractor who was crushed by an air conditioner he was trying to install. The court ruled that the building owner was liable even though he did not know the air conditioner was being installed and did not hire the plaintiff to work on the property. (Sanatass v. Consolidated Investing Company, New York Court of Appeal, No. 60, 2008)

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