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Donoghue v Stevenson Snail case - neighbour principle
Caparo v Dickman 3 part test for duty
Haley v LEB Duty owed to blind man
McLoughlin v O'Brien There was proximity - 'immediate aftermath'
Bourhill v Young Not foreseeable or proximate - fishwife
Griffiths v Lindsay Taxi driver - not FJR to impose duty
Hill v CC W Yorks Not FJR to impose duty on police - Ripper
Bolton v Stone Cricket club - no breach
Watt v Herts CC Firefighter - utility
Mullins v Richards Standard of care for kids
Bolam v Friern Standard of care for experts
Blythe v B'ham Waterworks Standard of the reasonable man
Nettleship v Weston Learner driver must meet standard of competent driver
Latimer v AEC Slippery floor and sawdust
Paris v Stepney Goggles!
Created by: Mr Lovell