In premises liability cases, property owners often assert what is referred to as the “landlord out of possession” defense. In essence, this defense boils down to an assertion that the property owner does not reside or operate a business at the subject property and therefore cannot be held responsible for an injury resulting from a defective condition that exists on the property.
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