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#duty #law #negligence #tort
As a general rule the courts are reluctant to impose a duty in situations in which the wrong in question was actually committed by a third party. So, for example, in P. Perl (Exporters) Ltd v Camden London Borough Council [1984] QB 342 the Court of Appeal stated that there was insufficient foreseeability for a council to be liable for the acts of a thief who entered one of the defendant’s empty properties.
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