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Crime 1

Foundations: AR, Omissions, Causation

Hill v Baxter Swarm of bees!
Pittwood Omissions - contractual duty
Dytham Omissions - official position
Miller Omissions - creating a dangerous situation
Instan Omissions - voluntary assumption (gangrene!)
Stone & Dobinson Omissions - voluntary assumption (anorexia)
Gibbins & Proctor Omissions - duty through relationship
RTA 1988 Omissions - statutory duty
White No factual causation
Paggett Human shield
Roberts ABH - jumped from car
Williams Jumped from car and died
Marjoram Girl fell from balcony
Blaue Thin skull rule
Dear V opened up their wound
Jordan Medical treatment was 'palpably wrong'
Cheshire Breathing tube problem not noticed
Smith Dropped from stretcher
Hughes De minimis rule
Created by: Mr Lovell