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In a recent case, O’Flynn v Cherry Inns, a lady who caught her finger in a door which was a barrier between the smoking and non-smoking areas of a public house was unsuccessful in bringing a claim against the public house. She had been awarded €75,000 in the High Court but the Court of Appeal overturned the award in it’s entirety. The Court of Appeal took the view that owners of property are not insurers. People have a duty to mind themselves and from the age of two we are taught that we should not put our fingers in doors. 
In a recent case Bank of Ireland offered the plaintiff a job subject to her providing documentary confirmation of her educational qualifications. She then handed in her notice. 
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