• Psychiatric Injury Revision Outline

    Psychiatric Injury Revision Outline

      Situation where D has caused C only psychiatric injury- it’s a free standing damage. Question- can the C claim for such an injury and if so what are the limits to such a claim? Last 140 years there’s been…

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    Omissions and Third Parties

    Omissions and Third Parties

      1. Policy reasons for limiting liability for a failure to act Stovin v Wise Facts: A county council with statutory power to take steps to make roads safe had decided to cut away a bank from a roadside to…

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    Public Authorities Revision Notes

    Public Authorities Revision Notes

      A.    Introduction Three reasons why their duties are more limited and restricted: A narrower duty of care should be owed because the activity they carry out is for the benefit of the community as a whole it’s not selfish…

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    Dealing with Disappointment: Confessions of a Law Student

    Dealing with Disappointment: Confessions of a Law Student

    So you’ve been working on this for a while. To add to the cliché you have been putting in the hours, blood, sweat and the occasional 3am breakdown. You’ve had your lucky charms close by, you’ve done your prayers and…

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    Savage Beauty

    Savage Beauty

    Recently the Alexander McQueen exhibition titled Savage Beauty came to a close. Being prepared as always I had left going to it to the last weekend. So when my friend and I eventually turned up in the afternoon on the…

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    Pure Economic Loss

    Pure Economic Loss

      A)   Concept of pure economic loss 1)    Pure economic loss versus consequential economic loss Pure economic loss= a loss that is solely and purely economic C’s less well off than they otherwise would’ve been if the D had acted…

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