Contributory negligence: When is the claimant’s share of blame too little to count?

Ann Houghton and Karl Hirst take the back-to-basics approach when considering liability and the effect of the ‘just and equitable’ principle ‘While there is no authority to prescribe a threshold-level at which there should be no finding of contributory negligence because the share of responsibility is so small that it should be disregarded, it would …
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