White v Blackmore 
- The claimant (deceased) attended a race meeting. In the morning, he raced as a competitor, and in the afternoon was killed in the capacity of a spectator. He did not leave the premises of the defendant all day, and at the entrance to the premises was a notice excluding liability to all spectators
- Could the defendants be covered by the exclusion
- Reasonable steps had been taken to bring the notice to the attention of the claimant
- May be a different result today due to the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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