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Title: Moots : Smith vs. Bus Company Ltd.
Authors: Ganado, Joe M.
Keywords: Law -- Study and teaching
Moot courts
Criminal liability
Mock trials
Issue Date: 1944
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Ganado, J. M. (1944). Moots : Smith vs. Bus Company Ltd. The Law Journal, 1(1), 48-49.
Abstract: MR. SMITH was traveling by bus through a place which had a rather sinister reputation. Passengers were informed by public notices that the Bus Company Lts, did not take any responsibility for any harm which might be caused to their person or property. Owing to the gross negligence of the Company's employee stationed near a bridge coupled with the slight negligence of the driver, injuries of a serious character were caused to Mr. Smith. The gross negligence of the employee consisted in not having given warning of damage in the bridge and the slight negligence of the driver in not having asked for detailed information.
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Appears in Collections:Volume 1, Issue 1, 1944
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