The accumulation or presence of ice and snow on property does not in of itself establish fault by a defendant.
[[For injuries on common approaches next to or attached to a building]. A person has a duty to maintain this area of the property in a reasonably safe condition in view of all the circumstances, including the likelihood of injury, the seriousness of the injury and the burden of avoiding the risk of injury.]
[[For injuries on premises remote or abutting]. A person has no duty to remove natural accumulations of ice and snow from this area of the property. A person may, however, be at fault for an act or omission that created an unnatural condition on this area of the property that is unreasonably dangerous or more hazardous due to that person’s conduct.]
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