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F A P Q X M L V A N S E A L S F T X W V I
K D E E A U E I W A G O N M O U N D A B I
H F K I J W B K T U D A M A G E X D C M A
N D W W O G D Q D G A V N Y E X J G K Q L
F K I V E N R S L F L O O D G A T E S R M
R O T O V D G I O U A D D H U X J R P D B
G V O X A U I Q W O G U S F D H T K L I O
A O J G A G C C Q B U I L J G K M P O Y Y
T P R O X I M I T Y M R Q M P T N H S Q B
U C I C Y X L T B X F R D U S S U T T F A
E D A M A G N I T U D E O F R I S K X O N
C D N A T U R A L A N D P R O B A B L E J
O S E R I O U S N E S S W N U F S X D N B
Y U B P W P F W S E R O U J T V J V X B H
R E A S O N A B L E M A N G Q M P I H V S
P K R M V F W X N Q I U G K I D G S M Y D
F A N R C E K N G D W J W C I M Y J S L A
W D E L D P N L I K E L I H O O D L H B E
E N T R L M P D F J Y J M P M R E D U L C
U L T W N R D N M I D S V T F L N X K K M
S I I E H C H K X E T H G F R V E L C P K

Clues

  • According to McLoughlin, what must be reasonably foreseeable? (6)
  • Bolton v Stone deals with this? (10)
  • Parris v Stepney deals with this? (11)
  • The leading risk factor is? (15)
  • What is the leading principle of breach? (13)
  • What is the new name for neighbourhood? (9)
  • What is the principle of an intervening cause? (18)
  • What policy principle was introduced in Hill? (10)
  • Which case deals with factual causation? (7)
  • Which case deals with legal causation or remoteness? (10)

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