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    donoghue v stevenson


    Donoghue v Stevenson" is a landmark case in legal history that established the principle of duty of care in negligence. In 1932, Mrs. Donoghue drank ginger beer from a bottle containing a decomposed snail and fell ill. She sued the manufacturer, Mr. Stevenson, for negligence. The House of Lords ruled in her favor, stating that manufacturers owe a duty of care to consumers to ensure their products are safe. This case set a precedent for liability in negligence and has had a significant impact on consumer protection laws worldwide, emphasizing the responsibility of producers for the safety of their goods.

    Mar 27 2024

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