Peculiar risk doctrine

Peculiar risk doctrine,

Definition of Peculiar risk doctrine:

  1. Legal principle that the owner of a property, where construction or repair work is being carried out, is liable for injuries caused to others by the work related operations, and not the contractor hired to carry out the work. It is the owners duty to recognize the potential risks of the work and take precautions against them.

Meaning of Peculiar risk doctrine & Peculiar risk doctrine Definition