Negligence

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Describe the first test in Caparo?
1) Was the damage, loss of harm reasonably foreseeable?
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Describe the second test in Caparo?
Was there a sufficent relationship of proximity between the parties?
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What is the third test of Caparo?
Is it fair, just or reasonable to impose a duty of care?
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What is the neighbour principle in Donoghue v Stevenson?
Anyone that you have to have in contemplation as being affected by your actions
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Name a case which goes with the magnitude of likely harm
Bolton v Stone ( lower)
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Name a case which goes with the forseeability of harm
Roe v Minister of Health ( no breach) Hospital following normal procedures
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Name a case which goes with the extent of possible harm
Paris v Stepney borough council ( he was not given goggles)
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What are the two cases to show D has been neligent
Mc Ghee ( D in breach) Wilsher ( D was in breach)
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Describe the cases of Wagon mound
Damage to the wharf was reasonably forseeable. Damage to the ship was too remote
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What is the neighbour principle in Donoghue v Stevenson?

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