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Yes you can do this.
But the law does not prevent you from excluding personal injury because of negligence,
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thank you. Does the same apply to a trespasser getting into the field ?
You can never exclude negligence in law
Does that clarify?
Thank you again. But can I be accused of negligence if a branch comes off a tree in strong winds and hits someone; even healthy looking trees have branches coming off from time to time and we have a good many trees in our field.
All you have to take is REASONABLE steps. So what is reasonable.
If you knew about the branches were defective, it may not be unreasonable to have them removed
Does this clarify?
Thank you for your assistance. Much appreciated. G.