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Covers breach, damage, causation and assessment of damages. Everything you need to answer exam questions on negligence

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Law Tort law Philosophy of law Common law Calculus of negligence Duty of care Causation Bolton v Stone Negligence Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v The Miller Steamship Co Standard of care Reasonable person
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Law Tort law Philosophy of law Common law Calculus of negligence Duty of care Causation Bolton v Stone Negligence Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v The Miller Steamship Co Standard of care Reasonable person
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.......................................................................... 2 Characteristics of the reasonable person ......................................................................................................................................................... 2 Donoghue v Stevenson – Doing something without due care and skill ............................................................................................... 3 Risk of harm was foreseeable – CLA s 5B(1)(a) ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Wyong v Shirt – Foreseeability of risk ............................................................................................................................................................... 3 Risk of harm was not insignificant – CLA s 5B(1)(b) + Wyong v Sh...
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