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Russo v Ontario Jockey Club (1987), 46 DLR (4th) 359 (Ont HCJ)


Plaintiff was a skilled gambler. While at the track, the track owner gave plaintiff notice as per the provincial trespass act, ordering the plaintiff to leave.


Absolute right of owners: A property owner has an absolute right to deny entry to anyone under both the common law and the applicable trespass legislation.

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