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CBLB1115 Course Notes

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Course and exams notes: it includes Negligence, intentional torts and no fault compensation schemes

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Law Tort law Common law Negligence Tort Causation Duty of care Anns v Merton LBC Pure economic loss Remoteness in English law Omission Proximate cause
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Law Tort law Common law Negligence Tort Causation Duty of care Anns v Merton LBC Pure economic loss Remoteness in English law Omission Proximate cause
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10 III DOES THE DEFENDANT OWES A DUTY OF CARE TO THE PLAINTIFF 12 A ESTABLISHED CATEGORY 12 B NOT ESTABLISH CATEGORY 12 1 REASONABLE FORESEEABILITY AND PROXIMITY TEST 12 2 REASONABLE FORESEEABILITY 13 3 TWO – STAGE APPROACH 13 4 PROXIMITY 13 5 REJECTION OF THE NEIGHBOUR PRINCIPLE: INCREMENTAL APPROACH 14 6 THREE STAGE APPROACH 14 7 SALIENT FEATURES – 14 C NO DUTY SITUATION -IMMUNITY 21 1 BARRISTER AND LAWYER 21 2 GOOD SAMARITAN: 22 3 VOLUNTEERS: 23 D OTHER SITUATIONS 23 1 ILLEGAL ACTIVITY 23 2 JOINT ILLEGAL ENTERPRISE – 23 3 THE DISABLED 24 4 OCCUPIERS 24 5 DRUNKENNESS - INTOXICATION 24 6 RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES 25 E HAS D BREACHED THE DUTY THAT THEY OWED 26 Page 2 | ________________ Fabrizio Scarfone Torts A FORESEEABILITY 26 1 OBVIOUS RISK WRONGS ACT – S53 – OBVIOUS RISK ...
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