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Legal practice: Tort law

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Tort Law

Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562 is often referred to as the "Paisley snail" or the "snail in the bottle" case and is one of the most famous decisions in British legal history.

Listen to a summary of the case that helped to create the modern law of negligence.

This Clickview video outlines tort law.

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