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