duty with 3Ps, relationship between mgmt of a nightclub and its guests, proximate to justify doc, risk of one guest assaulting another was foreseeable. DOC owed for actions of 3Ps on its premises, scope and standard of that DOC had to be just, fair and reasonable in circumstances. CA held that as between nightclub management and its guests, there should not be a higher degree of forseeability than is required pursuant to OLA 1957. for a DOC to exist. They also found that consumption of alcohol can lead to loss of control and violence, meaning a foreseeable risk that one guest might assault another. well established duty to visitors as an occupier in respect of condition of premises, it was fair, just and reasonable to extend that duty in relation to acts of a 3P, scope would vary . Applying that test, no BOD - this was a respectable club where violence was virtually unheard of, patron was a regular who had never caused a problem, no indication violence was imminent. Cases where liab can arise: entrants often have weapons=>search, if outbreaks of violence common, security personnel to be present at all times within areas where people congregate.