"Whether a dangerous condition is created by rats, snow, rotting wood or vicious dogs, these differing facts present no fundamental ground of distinction[; w]hat defines a landlord's duty is the obligation to take reasonable measures to ensure that the space over which it exercises dominion is safe from dangers or a landlord may incur liability for failing to do so."
Giacalone v. Housing Authority of the Town of Wallingford
Connecticut Supreme Court
September 18, 2012
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