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2. What was a criticism of Anns v Merton?

  • it was too harsh on private companies and insurers
  • it was too harsh on private companies
  • it was too harsh on claimants
  • it went too easy on public companies

3. what is legal causation made up of?

  • remoteness and intervening act
  • remoteness and forseeability
  • remoteness and supervining act
  • the but for test laid out in barnett v chelsea and kengsinton hospital

4. where was the case of Osterland v Hill decided?

  • England
  • America
  • New Zealand
  • Australia

5. which is in the right order

  • Anns, donohuge and stevenson, Caparo, precedent
  • donohue and stevenson, anns, precedent, caparo
  • donohue and stevenson, anns, caparo
  • Donohue and stevenson, anns, caparo, precedent


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