740 ILCS 130/2

Current through Public Act 103-650
Section 740 ILCS 130/2 - [Text of section with the changes made by P.A. 89-7, which has been held unconstitutional]

The distinction under the common law between invitees and licensees as to the duty owed by an owner or occupier of any premises to such entrants is abolished.

The duty owed to such entrants is that of reasonable care under the circumstances regarding the state of the premises or acts done or omitted on them. The duty of reasonable care under the circumstances which an owner or occupier of land owes to such entrants does not include any of the following: a duty to warn of or otherwise take reasonable steps to protect such entrants from conditions on the premises that are known to the entrant, are open and obvious, or can reasonably be expected to be discovered by the entrant; a duty to warn of latent defects or dangers or defects or dangers unknown to the owner or occupier of the premises; a duty to warn such entrants of any dangers resulting from misuse by the entrants of the premises or anything affixed to or located on the premises; or a duty to protect such entrants from their own misuse of the premises or anything affixed to or located on the premises.

This amendatory Act of 1995 applies to causes of action accruing on or after its effective date.

740 ILCS 130/2

P.A. 89-7, eff. 3/9/1995.
This section is set out more than once due to postponed, multiple, or conflicting amendments.