Are premise liability and negligence the same thing?

No, premise liability is a form of negligence, but they cannot be used interchangeably. Negligence is woven into many different kinds of liability cases Premise liability pertains to a specific type of negligence that occurs on someone’s property. It is the civic duty of the property owner to ensure that his or her property is safe. It should also be noted that the property owner is the liable party in a premise claim. Homeowners and landlords are considered property owners in private premise liability claims. In public premise liability claims, it is the business entity which is liable for the negligence that occurred on its property.

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