Law - Actus Reus - Omissions

What civil law case first established the 'duty of care' principle?
Donohugue v Stevenson (1932)
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What case extends the possible situations where a duty of care may exist?
Khan and Khan (1998)
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Can an omission amount to a sufficient actus reus for UAM?
No
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What country of the following options does the 'Good Samaritan Law' exist in?
France
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What judge/reform body/academic argues 'actus reus' should be renamed to 'external element'?
Law Commission
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What act creates a statutory duty in relation to allowing the death of a child or vunerable adult?
Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004
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Why was Miller (1983) guilty of arson?
For failing to take reasonable steps to deal with the fire
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In which case was D found guilty due to creating a dangerous situation?
Santa-Bermudez (2003)
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Who decides whether there is evidence capable of establishing a duty in law?
The judge
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