Friday, October 19, 2012

Hughes v. lord advocate case brief

Hughes v. lord advocate (1963)
Ac 837 hi

•    Boy fell in manhole

•    Where the actual cause of an injury results from an unforeseeable action of a known risk, the unforeseeability of the manner in which the risk occurs does not excuse negligence.

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