Wilful misconduct depends upon facts of the particular case and necessarily involves deliberate, intentional, or wanton conduct in doing or omitting to perform acts, with knowledge or appreciation of the fact on the part of the culpable person that danger is likely to result therefrom. Cowgill v Bones, 189 Or 282, 218 P2d 445, 19 ALR2d 405. As to what constitutes wilful misconduct in reference to the application of statute respecting liability of motorist for injury to guest, see Anno: 136 ALR 1271. See serious and wilful misconduct.
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