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In Page v Smith, Lord Lloyd addressed the issue of whether it would be too easy to establish liability as a primary victim and whether the courts would be flooded by claims, including fraudulent claims in this area. In his opinion this would not happen as there were sufficient limiting factors operating to prevent this. In addition to having to prove that physical harm was reasonably foreseeable primary victims also had to prove that their particular type of nervous shock was recoverable.
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