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When do we need to look at causation in Tort Law?
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When do we need to look at causation in Tort Law?
You should always look at causation when deciding whether there has been negligence. Once you have established a duty of care (either from an accepted category or by applying the tripartite test), and that this duty was breached, you must show that the loss suffered was a direct result of the defendants actions.
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You should always look at causation when deciding whether there has been negligence. Once you have established a duty of care (either from an accepted category or by applying the tripartite test), and that this duty was breached, you must show that the loss suffered was a direct result of the defendants actions.
Thank you very much, this is helpful
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