Duty of care

I just realized that I have a legal duty of care to warn my not-too-clever lock-picker NOT TO TRY a mock-assembled piece of equipment, with for example the main weight-bearing bolt still missing.

(It is merely loosely held together, with even some parts still completely loose, not fastened at all because of missing bolts, nuts and screws.)

So I just printed a note that I stuck to the thing.

Does that feel nuts? Guess what.

There is case law on this.

I gave all my law books to to Advice Portsmouth a few years ago, but there is nothing wrong with my memory about some things that were in them.

Lock-picker be like… (hence partial duty of care)

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