Lowery v Walker [1910]


  • A farmer knew that people were trespassing on his land, using it as a shortcut
  • He wished not to take legal action, as some of the trespassers were his customers
  • He placed a vicious horse on his land, which injured the claimant


  • Could the farmer be held liable to a trespasser in this situation?


  • Yes


  • A licence was said to have been granted to the claimant through repeated trespass
RELATED CASE  Fitzgerald v Lane [1987]

Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.

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