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In Latimer v AEC Ltd [1953] AC 643 the defendant’s factory floor became slippery following a flood and the claimant slipped on it. The defendant had taken some precautions, but the only way to guarantee safety would have been to cease operating the factory, or to employ many more people to mop up spills. Neither of these precautions was justified given the small risk of injury to the claimant.
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