Even if property owner had structural defect, proven to have been there for some time, and still existing after incident? Is there any retort that could supercede the contribuory negligence argument (i.e., building code/premises violations), lack of warning/signs indicating potential hazard, (last chance rule)? Can these cases be appealed if such verdict is made? And would praying jury trial be the better venue?
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