Civil Law Cases

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  • Civil Law Cases
    • Negligence
      • Blythe v Birmingham Water Works
      • Contributory Negligence
        • Froome v Butler
    • Duty of Care
      • Donoghue v Stevenson
      • Caparo Industries v Dickman
        • Caparo Three Part Test
          • Foreseeability
            • Langley v Dray
          • Proximity
            • Bourhill v Young
          • Fair, Just and Reasonable
            • Mulcahy v Ministry of Defence
    • Breach of Duty
      • Children
        • Mullins v Richards
      • Learners
        • Nettleship v Weston
      • Professionals
        • Bolam v Freirn
      • Risk Factors
        • Public Benefit
          • Watt v Hertfordshire CC
        • Cost and Practicality
          • Latimer v AEC Ltd
        • Magnitude of Risk
          • Paris v Stepney
        • Probability of Harm
          • Bolton v Stone
      • Res Ipsa Loquitur
        • Available
          • Mahon v Osbourne
          • Scott v St Katherine's Docks
        • Not Available
          • Easson v LNER
    • Damages
      • Factual Causation
        • Barnett v Chelsea
      • Remoteness
        • The Wagon Mound
        • Consequence (the Damage caused) does not have to be Foreseaable
          • Doughty v Turner Manufacturing Company
        • Method of Damage does not have to be Foreseeable
          • Hughes v Lord Advocate
        • Extent of Damage does not have to be Foreseeable
          • Vacwell Engineering v BHD Chemicals
      • Thin Skull Test
        • Smith v Leech Brain Industries
    • Lump Sum/ Compensation
      • Siddiqua v Ingram
      • Hughes v McKeown

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