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Prove Notice without Knowledge Published

Prove Notice without Knowledge, an article that examines the requirements of proving knowledge based on inquiry notice, was published by the South Carolina Association for Justice. The article was written by Justin Kahn and Wes Allison of Kahn Law Firm, LLP.
It explores the ways one may establish knowledge of a dangerous condition or activity based on inquiry notice by uncovering sufficient facts to excite inquiry. The article reviews the law in South Carolina and elsewhere on the topic.