GEORGE and Marguerite Tanner, members of the Columbus Lodge No. 11 of the Loyal Order of Moose, an unincorporated association, were attending a dance sponsored by that Lodge when Mrs. Tanner slipped on a recently waxed area of the dance floor' and sustained serious injury. The Tanners filed suit against the Lodge in the court of common pleas, alleging that the dance floor had been negligently waxed, making it slippery and thus causing her fall.
Burlington, Robert M.
"Separate Legal Entity; Suit by Member; Personal Injuries; Liability; Statutory Provision; Tanner v. Loyal Order of Moose,"
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