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Law Tort law Common law English tort law Criminal law Elements of crime Duty of care Omission Dorset Yacht Co Ltd v Home Office Duty of care in English law Negligence David Paul
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Law Tort law Common law English tort law Criminal law Elements of crime Duty of care Omission Dorset Yacht Co Ltd v Home Office Duty of care in English law Negligence David Paul
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Paul and David were engaged by different personnel hire companies but the terms of the agreement provided that they were subject to the direction and control of telecall. Legal issues The main legal issue at hand is whether telecall owes a duty of care to Paul and the nature of the relationship between Paul and telecall. Consideration Telecall is not liable for the harm suffered by Paul unless there is a duty of care owed by telecall to Paul. In assessing whether there was a duty of care owed to Paul by telecall, the salient factors approach was used. A test of reasonable foreseeability of harm will first be established after which the salient factors are used to determine whether there was in fact a duty of care. This scenario falls within the category o...
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