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|Title:||Ambition versus judicial reality: Causation and remoteness under civil liability legislation|
|Citation:||University of Western Australia Law Review, 2007; 33:415-436|
|Publisher:||University of Western Australia, Law School|
|Abstract:||The function of judicial reasoning in negligence actions - guidance on the principles of remoteness and causality - reforms in Australian jurisdictions aimed at governing the approach that courts must take to these principles - aims of reforms - introduction of a two-stage approach: 'factual causation' and 'scope of liability' - critique of reforms - whether they will achieve their intended purpose - relevant case law.|
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