Canpilli v. Rhodes, No. CV 110-012, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 134537 (S.D. Ga. Dec. 20, 2010)

(defendant landowner not liable for death of plaintiff's 5-year old son who drowned in defendant's farm pond located on property where plaintiff pastured horses on a fee basis; farm pond is not an attractive nuisance and are open and obvious hazards even to small children; landowner not required to erect barriers or take other precautions to keep children from being injured; immaterial whether child is an invitee or licensee because it is the parents' duty to ensure that child avoids the danger; plaintiff and child appreciated the danger of the pond).

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