U of I says it can't regulate behavior on private property

U of I says it can't regulate behavior on private property

by
Mitch Coffman
August 3, 2012
Mitch Coffman
August 3, 2012

An attorney for the University of Idaho says the school cannot be responsible for student behavior and the actions of individuals on private property, thus it should not be the subject of a lawsuit in which a 19-year-old coed says the school should be held responsible for activities in a fraternity.

The girl had been drinking, says the Idaho Statesman, and at some point fell 30 feet out a window to concrete below resulting in extensive damage to her. Her suit says the fraternity should by monitored and regulated by the university since students live and interact in the facility.

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