attractive nuisance


An appealing but possibly hazardous or dangerous feature of a property that can lure trespassers who could then suffer harm. By law, the owner of an attractive nuisance must take special measures to avoid liability. For example, many localities require fencing over a specific height to protect swimming pools from trespassers.
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