This ‘Examination focus’ is relevant to AQA Paper 2, OCR Component 2, Eduqas Components 2 and 3, and WJEC Unit 2.
We all know that studying tort law is heavily case-based. There are a host of cases on negligence, nuisance, occupiers’ liability, defences and remedies, to name but a few. Here, the focus is on ways to revise essential cases relating to the tort of Rylands v Fletcher (1868) — henceforth referred to as R v F. It is all very well reading the cases and understanding them, but how can students learn them for examination purposes? There are a few methods to think about.
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