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#duty #law #negligence #tort
In Mitchell v Glasgow City Council [2009] 1 AC 874, it was held that the local authority were under no duty to warn a tenant that his neighbour might resort to violence after being informed (by the council) that he risked being evicted. A duty to warn someone that they might be at risk of injury/loss as a result of the criminal act of a third party would arise only where the person ostensibly under the duty had assumed responsibility for the victim. In this case, nothing in the words or conduct of the council suggested that they had.
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