Case Study Robinson v. Mandell

In Robinson v. Mandell, the Plaintiff Robinson rented a building owned by the Defendant Mandell. Robinson claimed the building was unsafe and the defendant’s negligence in failing to make the necessary repairs. Robinson claimed he was injured when the floor of the building collapsed due to the defendant’s negligence. The court ruled in favor of the plaintiff. The court ruled that the defendant had an obligation to keep the building in a reasonably safe condition and that the defendant breached that obligation by failing to make necessary repairs. The judge also found that the proximate cause of the plaintiff’s injury was the defendant’s breach of his official duties. The judge awarded the plaintiff compensation for the damage suffered.

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