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I am wondering what are the limits to geographical proximity.
A question i have is where i am consulting a secondary victim of psychiatric injury. They are watching a live viewing of a music show. Their sister is in the show and they are watching the show at a local cinema. Is this within the guidelines of Geographical Proximity. I am familiar with Alcock. However im not entirely sure about the geographical proximity.
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I am wondering what are the limits to geographical proximity.
A question i have is where i am consulting a secondary victim of psychiatric injury. They are watching a live viewing of a music show. Their sister is in the show and they are watching the show at a local cinema. Is this within the guidelines of Geographical Proximity. I am familiar with Alcock. However im not entirely sure about the geographical proximity.

I was looking at the case of Mcloughlin, would the geographical proximity account for sight and hearing, as stated by Lord Wilberforce, if so, the answer to this question is fairly obvious and i apologise if i have wasted anyones time
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