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  • Created on: 26-04-14 11:45
F B N G S A K H U D A M A G E B W W K W Q
T F F O R O K O P N X Q K T F U A B T C K
J R N G B P Y M Y A Q I D U L P G A Y C G
N F Q B E N D A H T U B K L O H O Y X X E
L N P H A S B G Y U Y L B U O W N M S B A
F S U H F Y D N T R M L V X D Y M E K O H
B I O U J N Y I N A A Q S U G H O C E S D
D U N A P F D T A L E E E J A X U W K X I
X G W F B K C U M A J L R F T Q N E N W D
L I H D J N L D E N Q N I J E J D C A O W
B V O W G M I E L D E K O L S X T K P C Y
A V V S C A K O B P S Y U R W P K G T B H
R Q K W V D E F A R U W S C M D X K V Q J
N R C A J A L R N O O W N B J R P I Q P O
E R B V O I I I O B D I E W W T V B L Q Q
T F U J L N H S S A U Q S O F D I Q A G K
T Q F U B V O K A B W E S T F K V K S S F
N S S E J F O C E L Q K K X B S M J T A B
G K G A P S D G R E P R O X I M I T Y G L
I G O T H R F Y G P I O T T D J N X Q X J
C L S N Q M H M U O F F E G T O I M L E E

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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