What is the standard of care owed by an occupier to a person using their premises?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Slater v Courtenay (City), 2021 BCSC 1678 (CanLII):

The standard of care owed by an occupier to persons using their premises was helpfully summarized by Mr. Justice Schultes in Bendzak v. Bohnet, 2013 BCSC 435 at paras. 39, 41-44:

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