In the 1973 case of Merhi v. Becker, the Connecticut Supreme Court considered the defendant's liability to the plaintiff as a social invitee injured by the intentional acts of a third person on its premises and explained that the defendant "as the possessor of the premises on that day, had the duty of exercising reasonable care and control to protect is invitees from dangers which might reasonably be anticipated to arise from the conditions of the premise or the activities taking place there?."
Perez v. Cumba
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 8, 2012
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