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15 Cards in this Set

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"Love thy neighbour"

Donoghue v Stevenson

Car dealers are now included, doesn't have to be from the manufacturers

Andrews v Hopkinson

Passer-by's are now included

Brown v Cotterill

Repairers of a vehicle owe a duty to the public

Stennett v Hancock

Builders owe a duty too

Bowen v Paramount

People who are unforseeable that are effected means no liability for the defendent

Palsgraf v Long Island

res ipsa loquitur

the facts speak for themselves

There was a red flag from the council to the builders, therefore negligence is present

Bowen v Paramount Builders

Intermediate examination was not possible because of opaque bottle

Donoghue v Stevenson

Plaintiff can rely on expertise of a car dealer for example

Andrews v Hopkinson

If intermediate examination does occur, then it has to highlight the defect

Hershtal v Stewert and Adern Ltd

Jull v Wilson and Horton and Another. What is their rule?

- One must disclose the true nature of the defect

- Give warning of the danger

- Place a time limit on use

Common knowledge not to eat raw sausage

Yachetti v Duff

What is the rule on time limit?

Building Act 2004 & Limitations Act 1950

Liability ends six years after the first cause of action, however the six year rule restarts after every new and distinct damage.

What are the four elements to address for D v S


Duty of Care

Limits on Liability