Idaho owners/occupiers owe certain duties to people on the premises to avoid exposing them to an unreasonable risk of harm. These duties include the following:
- To fix or warn of any dangerous or defective condition which, in the exercise of ordinary care, should have been discovered; And if the dangerous condition is caused by an employee, then the employer is deemed to have knowledge of the dangerous condition;
- To exercise ordinary care to customers (invitees) anywhere on the premises where the customer may reasonably be expected to go;
- Not to recklessly cause harm, such as failing to warn social visitors (licensees) proceeding on a course that will likely cause harm because of a dangerous condition;
- To exercise ordinary care in inspecting the premises to discover dangerous conditions;
- To warn a social visitor of dangerous, existing, and known hazards on the land that are not reasonably discoverable by the visitor.