Attractive Nuisance Doctrine

(n) Doctrine of Attractive nuisance holds a person liable for the loss or suffering caused to a child, by making or causing to make a situation or event which may attract a child consequently leading to an accident, loss or damages. Eg. Leaving a pit uncovered or unfenced.2. Carelessly leaving a harmful object. Recent enactments limits its preview to liabilities arising out of foreseeable danger only.