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  • Created by: mark snow
  • Created on: 22-03-11 12:36
What is the standard for breach?
reasonable trained professional
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Nervous shock is?
positive psychiatric injury caused by sudden and unexpected shock
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A primary victim is?
in danger of physical injury
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The burden of proof in tort is?
balance of probabilities
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Bolitho is the leading case on?
medical negligence
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In private nuisance, to claim an injunction a claimant must show?
unreasonable interference
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What is the leading case in public nuisance?
PYA Quarries
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The Occupiers Liability Act 1957 protects?
visitors
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Tort means?
civil wrong
9 of 15
The Consumer Protection Act 1987 deals with?
defective products
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The duty of care to trespassers is?
the common duty of humanity
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Vicarious liability is?
a claimant sueing a tortfeasor
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Elements of Rylands v Fletcher do not include:
secondary victims
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General defences are:
contributory negligence and volenti
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Two remedies are:
damages and injunctions
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Nervous shock is?

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positive psychiatric injury caused by sudden and unexpected shock

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A primary victim is?

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The burden of proof in tort is?

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Bolitho is the leading case on?

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SNDK

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veryusefull dear Mark snow..pls also provide answers..

James Dart

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Most answers at the top and first and last answers are wrong, also no show of correct answers

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