This may be a dumb question, I am under the impression that the standard way to limit your liability is to throw up the no trespassing signs however if I look at the Occupiers Liability Act i see this…
(3.2) A person who enters any of the categories of premises described in subsection (3.3) is deemed to have willingly assumed all risks and the occupier of those premises is subject only to the duty of care set out in subsection (3) if
(a) the person who enters is trespassing, or
(b) the entry is for the purpose of a recreational activity and
(i) the occupier receives no payment or other consideration for the entry or activity of the person, other than a payment or other consideration from a government or government agency or a non-profit recreational club or association, and
(ii) the occupier is not providing the person with living accommodation on those premises.
is this not trying to say that if somebody mountain bikes on your land your not liable for them hurting themselves as long as they didn't pay you for it??
Internet lawyers please chime in..
Don't be an engineer, every one of them I've met is socially retarded