The common duty of care is a duty to take such care as in all the circumstances of the case is reasonable to see that the visitor will be reasonably safe1 in using the premises for the purposes2 for which he is invited or permitted3 by the occupier to be there4. The relevant circumstances include the degree of care, and of want of care, which would ordinarily be looked for in the visitor, so that, for example, in proper cases the occupier must be prepared for children
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