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North Carolina Supreme Court: Landlord not liable for injuries caused by tenants’ dog

By Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press A landlord can’t be held liable for a child’s injuries caused by a dog owned by tenants because he wasn’t told the animal posed a danger to visitors, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Friday. The court unanimously upheld lower court rulings siding with John Johnson III following a 2015 attack on a 7-year-old boy while he played with the tenants’ children. The boy suffered severe injuries when the dog bit his face as he walked within the radius

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North Carolina Supreme Court: Landlord not liable for injuries caused by tenants’ dog

NC court: Landlord not liable for tenants' violent dog

The North Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a landlord over a dog attack on his Johnston County rental property RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A landlord can't be held liable for a child's injuries caused by a dog owned by tenants because he wasn't told the animal posed a danger to visitors, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Friday. The court unanimously upheld lower court rulings siding with John Johnson III following a 2015 attack on a 7-year-old boy while he played with the tenants'

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NC court: Landlord not liable for tenants' violent dog