Duty of Care

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The issue of whether a duty was owed by the defendant was established in the Neighbour Test (Donoghue v Stevenson). Lord Atkin stated in this case that 'one should avoid acts or omissions which would forseeably harm your neighbour.' A neighbour is a person who is closely or directly affected by your act or omission.

This rule was revised in the

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