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    wagon mound no 1


    Wagon Mound No. 1  refers to a landmark legal case that set a significant precedent in negligence law. In this case, the court ruled that a defendant is liable only for the reasonably foreseeable consequences of their actions. The incident involved the spilling of oil onto water, leading to a fire. Despite the unforeseeable nature of the fire, the defendant was held liable for the damage caused by the oil spill. This decision highlighted the importance of foreseeability in determining liability and continues to influence negligence cases today, emphasizing the need for caution and accountability in actions with potential consequences.

    Apr 09 2024

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