Green v Fiberglass Co  2 QB 245 a case before the High Court concering occupiers' liability and escaping liability on the basis of contracting.
G was an invitee of F who cleaned his office, during the cleaning G sustained substantial burns due to faulty electrical wiring, thus sued F.
F had hired a reputable contractor to carry out the wiring, therefore had no reason to suspect that the wiring was faulty.
It was held by Salmon J that the specialised and technical nature of the task it would be unreasonable to expect the defendant to check the safety of the wiring. The court also accepted that F had no reason to suspect the wiring was faulty.
The case followed the decision in Haseldine v Daw.