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Negligence

QuestionAnswer
Blythe v Birmingham (pipe) Defined negligence as reasonable man
Donoghue v Stevenson (snail) Modern law of negligence and neighbour test
Caparo v Dickman (shares) Created Caparo Test
Kent v Griffiths Ambulance delayed - foreseeable
Bourhill v Young Pregnant fishwife - not foreseeable
Haley v London Electricity Board Trench in path - foreseeable
Roe v Ministry of Health Anaesthetic contaminated - not foreseeable
Bourhill v Young Pregnant fishwife - no proximity
McLoughlin v O'Brian Family car crash - proximity in relationship
Home Office v Dorset Yacht Co Ltd. Young offendors crash - proximity
MPC v Reeves Lynch on suicide watch - reasonable
Orange v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Orange not suicide risk - not reasonable
Vellino v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Jumped out of window - not reasonable
Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Final victim of Yorkshire Ripper - not reasonable
Mitchell v Glasgow City Council Killed after long dispute - not reasonable
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