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    Today lecture taught about Battery. She said that any application of force on defendant will be sufficient but note in the case of Pursell v Horn, the act of throwing water is water if the water splash onto the defendant's body, no battery if the water splash on the defendant's cloth.
    I would like to know the facts, what the court had held and the ratio of it. I tried to google the case but it doesn't help. Anyone?
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    (Original post by Somanee)
    Today lecture taught about Battery. She said that any application of force on defendant will be sufficient but note in the case of Pursell v Horn, the act of throwing water is water if the water splash onto the defendant's body, no battery if the water splash on the defendant's cloth.
    I would like to know the facts, what the court had held and the ratio of it. I tried to google the case but it doesn't help. Anyone?
    don't you have access to an online case library Westlaw or lexisnexis?
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    I have the access to westlaw and lexis library. But I have difficulties in reading the judgment and search for the ratio of the case. I read through the case and I think what my lecture said was true.
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    (Original post by Somanee)
    I have the access to westlaw and lexis library. But I have difficulties in reading the judgment and search for the ratio of the case. I read through the case and I think what my lecture said was true.
    That's part of reading law though - I hate it too but sometimes you have to read the judgement and work it out rather than getting someone to tell you
 
 
 
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