In determining whether an occupier of premises has discharged the common duty of care1, regard is to be had to all the circumstances, so that, for example, where damage is caused to a visitor by a danger of which he had been warned by the occupier, the warning is not to be treated without more as absolving the occupier from liability, unless in all the circumstances it was enough to enable the visitor to be reasonably safe2. The common duty of care does not impose on an occupier any
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