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Full Negligence Exam (Summary) Notes

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Full Negligence Exam (Summary) Notes
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Law Tort law Common law Philosophy of law Negligence Causation Fault Standard of care Contributory negligence Duty of care Damages Remoteness in English law
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Law Tort law Common law Philosophy of law Negligence Causation Fault Standard of care Contributory negligence Duty of care Damages Remoteness in English law
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• RF is necessary but not always sufficient o Sullivan v Moody Categories of Duty: • Established: (Don’t have to spend time on duty element) o Road Users, Manufacturers and Consumers, Dr’s and Patients, Occupiers of Premises • New Cases: If a clear positive act by a private individual which directly causes physical harm, RF of that general nature is usually enough for RF • Complex Cases/ Omissions: There is no general common law to prevent harm that on...
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