Ashdown v Williams [1957]

Plaintiff, on defendant’s land as licensee,
injured by negligent shunting of railway trucks.
Notices had been posted on land excluding
defendant’s liability for negligence.
Court of Appeal held plaintiff had entered
land subject to conditions set out in notice, ie she was conditional licensee.
Defendants had taken reasonable steps to
bring to plaintiff’s attention the conditions they attached to their
permission.
Therefore not liable.
Since occupier could exclude licensee
altogether by refusing permission to enter, nothing wrong with allowing
conditional entry.
If entrant did not like terms he could
chose to either stay out or enter as trespasser.