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2. how soon do you have to bring a claim for the fatal accidents act

  • within 6 months
  • within 18 months
  • within 12 months
  • within a reasonable lapse of time

3. what is legal causation made up of?

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

4. which occupiers liability act covers unlawful visitors

  • 1984
  • 1957

5. why might you not bring a claim in trespass to the person

  • its costly, uses your own time and the criminal law will do its own justice
  • it uses your own time and the criminal law doesn't cover it
  • its costly, uses your own time and you can't be bothered
  • you won't succeed in a civil claim

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