In Homer v. Everett (15 J. S. 298; S.C. affd., 91 N.Y. 641) it was said to be the duty of the owner or occupant of a building to maintain it in such a condition that those persons whom he invites upon the premises shall not be injured by any defect in the building.Summary of this case from Sunderlin v. Hollister
Argued June 28, 1882
Decided January 16, 1883
William A. Beach for appellants.
Charles P. Miller for respondent.
RAPALLO, J., reads for affirmance.