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That’s completely understandable, and in the situation you’re describing you’re internally right. But that’s not the situation I’m talking about. We’re talking about allowing people to stay on land with decrepit buildings. The only “equipment” that could “malfunction” is something like a wall or ceiling collapsing or rusty metal laying around that someone could cut themselves on. In this scenario I 100% believe that if someone decides to camp on land with crumbling buildings, then proceed to climb on the crumbling building, which collapses and hurts them then it is in absolutely no way the responsibility of the land owner – if and only if the person who hurt themselves signed a waiver that states that the owner of the land isn’t responsible for any injuries that might occur on the land. I do not believe that someone else’s stupidity should be the responsibility of someone else, simply because the people injuring themselves are on that particular person’s land. Plain and simple.