Donoghue v Stevenson

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R E A S O N S

  1. Because in the circumstances averred by the Appellant no duty was owed to her by the Respondent, and, accordingly, no relevant case has been stated by the Appellant against the Respondent

  2. Because a contractual relationship between the Appellant and the Respondent is necessary to render the Respondent liable to the Appellant, and no such relationship is averred by the Appellant.

  3. Because the Interlocutor appealed against is well founded in law.

W. G. NORMAND.

J. L. CLYDE.

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