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