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