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what are the 2 requirements for a claim in private nuisance
an interference and that interference is unreasonable
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what are the two types of private nuisance
amenity nusience and physical damage
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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
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what is the principle relating to battery in Wilson v Pringle
there must be hostile intent as opposed to everyday touching
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what is my scholarly article for psychiatric harm
Nasir
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how soon do you have to bring a claim for the fatal accidents act
within 6 months
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which is in the right order
donohue and stevenson, anns, precedent, caparo
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What was a criticism of Anns v Merton?
it was too harsh on private companies and insurers
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who created the neighbour principle
Lord Atkin in donohue v stevenson
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where was the case of Osterland v Hill decided?
America
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What is the name of the article for negligence
Nolan new forms of damage in negligence
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what is legal causation made up of?
remoteness and intervening act
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who set out the test for rylands v fletcher
Justice blackburn
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when was the first occupiers liability act
1957
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which occupiers liability act covers unlawful visitors
1984
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what in defamation is actionable per se
libel
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what was claimed apparently happened in yousopoff v mgm
a princess was ***** by russian Rasputin
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