(b) Places

(i) Type

List the type of place the event or dispute happened.

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  • apartment building
  • condominium
  • an embassy
  • a hospital
  • ice rink
  • mine
  • office
  • Parliament House
  • playground
  • a public street
  • a school
  • sidewalk
  • someone's home
  • stadium
  • waterway

Table 16: Place—type (examples)

Facts about the type of place the event happened may raise issues about:

  • immunities (for example, parliamentary privilege, immunity from defamation)
  • a person's rights and obligations (for example, rights and obligations in a public place versus someone's home)
  • statutory duties (for example, regulations governing food-preparation areas versus a place that merely sells food)

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