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What case goes with the definition of negligence?
Blyth V Birmingham Waterworks co.
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What case involved a snail in a bottle?
Donoghue v Stevenson
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what is the new test in duty of care
Caparo V Dickman
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Case to represent forseeability
Kent v Griffiths
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Case used in proximity
Bourhill v Young
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Case under fair, just reasonable
Hill v West yorkshire
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What is the 'Reasonable man'
typical ordinary person
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N____ v W____
Nettleship v Western
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Case used in practical precautions involving sawdust
Latimer v AEC
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Case where C didnt wear goggles
Paris v Stepney
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Case used in size of case involving a cricket ball
Bolton v Stone
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If the benefits outweigh taking the risk....
there is no breach of duty
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What is damage?
the resulting loss when an event of negligence occurs
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What are the two types of damage?
Causation and remoteness
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The rule which is the exception of remoteness test
Thin skull rule
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which case is used to explain the thin skull rule
Smith V Leech Brain
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