Saxby v Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co: 1869

The plaintiff claimed that the defendants had diverted a water course causing them damage.


[1869] LR 4 CP 198

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CitedBarker v Herbert CA 1911
The Defendant owned a house near the highway. A rail in a nearby fence of the area railing had been broken away by some boys, and there was therefore a gap in the railings. A child climbed through fell into an open area, injuring himself. The . .
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Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.276818