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    How did everyone find the exam? i thought it went quite well
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    (Original post by NHM)
    There is application though she just used the wrong name? they aren't going to be too bothered about that!
    the conclusion of the application would be different. there was no proximity, as dan gave the food to euan, so there was no proximity in time, space or relationship
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    (Original post by NHM)
    I concluded it was foreseeable giving someone contaminated food may result in them becoming ill.
    Proximity in space and time
    And FJR
    So concluded a duty was owed :-) what about you?
    I wrote all that but about dan and chirs, will i still get most of the marks.
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    for explain the meaning of omissions, how many examples did everyone give?
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    (Original post by NHM)
    I concluded it was foreseeable giving someone contaminated food may result in them becoming ill.
    Proximity in space and time
    And FJR
    So concluded a duty was owed :-) what about you?
    I put that it was foreseeable, as food not cooked properly can make people ill. I put no proximity in space (as Euan and Chris never met) or relationship, but proximity in time, as Dan gave Euan the food presumably shortly after purchase. I also put that it was fair just and reasonable, so a duty was owed.
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    (Original post by Thamim01)
    for explain the meaning of omissions, how many examples did everyone give?
    I gave 5; duty from contact (Pittwood), public position (Dytham), statutory duty (Children and Young Persons Act 1933), duty to minimise harmful consequences of an act (Miller) and voluntary duty (Stone and Dobinsen)
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    (Original post by Thamim01)
    for explain the meaning of omissions, how many examples did everyone give?
    3 examples, but very detailed.
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    (Original post by Thamim01)
    for explain the meaning of omissions, how many examples did everyone give?
    I used all 6...
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    (Original post by CatusStarbright)
    I put that it was foreseeable, as food not cooked properly can make people ill. I put no proximity in space (as Euan and Chris never met) or relationship, but proximity in time, as Dan gave Euan the food presumably shortly after purchase. I also put that it was fair just and reasonable, so a duty was owed.
    Same as me then :-)
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    (Original post by Mireri)
    the conclusion of the application would be different. there was no proximity, as dan gave the food to euan, so there was no proximity in time, space or relationship
    I have no idea how you came to the conclusion there was no proximity....
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    (Original post by CatusStarbright)
    I put that it was foreseeable, as food not cooked properly can make people ill. I put no proximity in space (as Euan and Chris never met) or relationship, but proximity in time, as Dan gave Euan the food presumably shortly after purchase. I also put that it was fair just and reasonable, so a duty was owed.
    I'd disagree with that. It never specified that it was shortly after (but implied) and i would think that that wouldnt be relevant. why should chris owe a duty to someone he never met, he had no contract with, etc? euan wasnt a customer?
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    I thought Chris gave Euan the food not Dan
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    (Original post by qwerty505)
    I thought Chris gave Euan the food not Dan
    Definately Dan
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    (Original post by Mireri)
    I'd disagree with that. It never specified that it was shortly after (but implied) and i would think that that wouldnt be relevant. why should chris owe a duty to someone he never met, he had no contract with, etc? euan wasnt a customer?
    I answered the question wrong, but i think he did owe a duty of care. He may not have had a contract i.e. a reciept but he had a relationship of reliance to ensure that food offered was of a good standard. It is quite foreseeable if you buy food that you might share it with someone, especially on the streets with the homeless.
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    so did the question ask if chris owed a duty or if dan owed Euen a duty?
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    (Original post by qwerty505)
    so did the question ask if chris owed a duty or if dan owed Euen a duty?
    I'm pretty certain it was chris.
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    (Original post by Mireri)
    I'd disagree with that. It never specified that it was shortly after (but implied) and i would think that that wouldnt be relevant. why should chris owe a duty to someone he never met, he had no contract with, etc? euan wasnt a customer?
    Doesn't have to be a customer he still owed him a duty 😂😂

    Foreseeable giving someone contaminated food can cause them to become ill.

    Proximity in space and time...

    And then it was fair just and reasonable, there was no reason for it not to be
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    (Original post by qwerty505)
    so did the question ask if chris owed a duty or if dan owed Euen a duty?
    It was if Chris owed a duty to Dan
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    Cause I applied the question to chris but i think i would have done proximity wrong then but the rest right
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    (Original post by CatusStarbright)
    It was if Chris owed a duty to Dan
    What actually was the question lol everyones telling me different things.
 
 
 
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