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    Alee V. Bob’s Negligence Negligence requires a showing that a duty was owed, that the duty was breached, and that the breach was the actual and proximate cause of damages Special Duty- Land Occupier/Invitee A special duty arises in circumstances involving a land occupier. An invitee is one who enters upon the land of another with the owner’s permission for the purpose related to the activity. The landowner owes an invitee a duty of care to inspect and discover any dangerous condition and to…

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    Susie V. Tommy Negligence To prove negligence, the defendant must owe a duty to the plaintiff, that duty must be breached, and the defendant’s actions or inactions were the cause of the plaintiff’s injury. Duty Duty is the legal obligation required of an individual to act as a reasonable prudent person under similar circumstances. Drivers are required to act with reasonable care when encountering other vehicles and pedestrians. Tommy was the driver of the vehicle and Susie was a pedestrian.…

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    11616038 Answer:- Issue:- Does Aurora have any cause of action against Mac Tools Ltd in negligence to the injury to her eye? Does Jessie have a cause of action against Mac Tools Ltd in negligence for the loss to her vase? Law:- Three essential elements that a plaintiff should prove to be a liability claim for negligence. In order to prove negligence responsibilities that the applicant must demonstrate, (1) The Duty of care has to…

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    Intentional Torts

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    Chapter thirteen outlines negligence and intentional torts. Negligence is and unintentional tort. There are two types of negligence cases, which are contributory negligence and comparative negligence. Contributory negligence is if the plaintiff was at any fault, one cannot sue. Comparative negligence is compared contribution to the crime. Intentional torts are when an individual purposely commits a wrong act. Negligence is the failure to exercise reasonable care, resulting in harm done to an…

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    California Vs Murray

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    In Civil Law, negligence is an action done carelessly by the defendant which results in the plaintiff getting harmed. The four elements of negligence are: duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages. The reasonable person standard applies to the defendant, so that the harmful situation can be fixed. The three elements of the reasonable person standard are: likelihood of the occurrence, seriousness of the harm, and the cost to eliminate the harm. The case of California v. Murray (The People of…

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    GTE Regulation Case Study

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    done, and GTE showed negligence in this way. GTE, Inc. has a duty to act reasonably and not impart unreasonable risk to others (p.273) This includes following laws and rules that have been set for them to conform to, and they have performed a breach of duty through the violation of a safety statute. Since the state of North Carolina has prohibited telephone booths within public rights-of-way, the placement of such by GTE violates this regulation. This is an act of negligence by the company,…

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    The practice of education is increasingly being affected by the law, or more specifically, the lawsuits. The most likely reason a teacher or school will face legal action is due to alleged negligence; typically resultant of a student having been injured while under the school/ instructor’s protection. Although injuries can take place in a number of situations, injuries resulting from school laboratory or technical activities are especially prominent due to the nature of those classes and the…

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    This is a negligence of McDonald 's who sales, excessive hot coffee claiming to keep that tasty and also refused to reduce the temperature even after the company was about to sue. I think this also falls in the line of damages that were retained as a result of McDonald’s negligence. It wasn’t enough that McDonald’s admitted that temperature was extremely hot, but fail to admit the damage made by…

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    Judge Andrews Case Study

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    issues would show how because the man lost the grip of his unlabeled package it cause the injury of Palsgraf from the exploding fireworks. 2. How is proximate cause to be determined? a. Proximate cause is determined through the determination of negligence. In terms of the case it would be proving that because the man left his package unlabeled, no one knew it was dangerous; if labeled then the injuries may have been prevented. The fact that the man jumped onto a moving train in order to catch…

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    Tort Law Research Paper

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    wrongfully injury which provides remedies to individuals harmed by the wrongful conduct of others in order to protect an individual’s private rights. There are two major categories of torts: intentional tort and negligent tort. The general principle of negligence is concerned with compensating people who have injured or damaged and thus a defendant will be negligent if he or she falling below the standard of the ordinary reasonable man in the same situation. A person will be liable for their…

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