No Liability for ‘Black Ice’ in Closed Recreation Area
Facts: A condo association for residents age 55 and over hired a manager to perform the snow and ice removal services for the property, except for a recreation area that's closed during the winter. Although the area's pool and tennis courts aren't in use, there are no barriers to cordon off the recreation area to pedestrians or signs posted to indicate that the sidewalk is closed, and the members aren't otherwise advised to stay out of the area.
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