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Court of Appeals Concludes Swimming Pool is Not an Attractive Nuisance
Category: Appellate Law, Litigation
In a case arising from tragic circumstances, the Arkansas Court of Appeals recently concluded that a residential swimming pool located near an elementary school was not an attractive nuisance, and affirmed summary judgment in favor of the property owners.1 On March 7, 2017, a six year old student…
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