Duty of care

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A duty of care is determined by the 3 part test of CAPARO V DICKMAN

stage one
Foreseeability - is it foreseeable that what you do could harm someone else?
An example is the case of DONOGHUE V STEVENSON . This case created the 'neighbour principal' where you have a legal duty not to harm you neighbour. In this case, manufacturer to consumer. Your neighbour is someone so closely and directly affected by what you do that you ought to have them in…


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