An Overview of the Rule of Reasonable Forseeability

The rule of reasonable forseeability means that a defendant would only be liable for damages which are a direct and foreseeable result from his actions. It must be possible to be able to draw a causal link between the action of the defendant and the loss suffered by the plaintiff. Thus, if damage cannot be proved to have been as a forseeable direct consequence of the defendant’s act, he would not be liable.

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