Law of Torts - Duty of Care

1. Proximity, close and direct relationship

2. Foreseeability of harm likely to cause

3. Reasonable/fair/just to impose duty on Defendant

Please refer to the case of:

a. Donoghue v Stevenson

b. Murphy v Brentwood Dist Council

Defendant does not owe duty

a. Governor of the Peabody Donation Fund Ltd v Sir Lindsay

b. Dorset Yatch Co. Ltd v Home Office

Policy Reason

Please refer to the case of:

1. Rondel v Worsley

2. Hill v The Chief Constable West Yorkshire

Other Points to Note
1. Omission as oppose to act

2. Duty to particular person
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