Torts — Premises liability — In action alleging that while plaintiff was shopping in defendant’s store a heavy trailer hitch fell from an upper shelf and struck plaintiff, it was error to enter summary judgment for defendant where there were factual issues as to whether defendant had actual or constructive knowledge of a dangerous condition that injured plaintiff and whether defendant created a dangerous condition on its premises through its mode of operation in stacking the hitch that allegedly struck plaintiff
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1452a
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