A school district was not liable to a woman attacked by a stray dog on its property on a weekend, since there was no duty of care to protect her, the New Jersey Supreme Court says.

Although the principal had received notice of similar incidents on or near school property, he had no ability to monitor the property on the weekends to prevent attacks on people who wandered onto the grounds, the court held Wednesday in Robinson v. Vivirito.

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