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Liability of hotelier August 26, 2015

NEGLIGENCE – hotel patron assaulted across road from licensed premises by employee of hotel – employee not a security guard – evidence unclear as to whether assailant crossed road to intervene in dispute involving patron – non-intervention by employees of hotel and employees of security company – whether evidence sufficient to establish breach of duty

QBE v Orcher; Bowcliff v Orcher [2013] NSWCA 478

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