Agar v Hyde [2003, Australia]
- A rugby player attained a broken neck while playing rugby
- Could the board of control owe a duty to protect the players of the game
- No liability
- No controlling relationship, and liability would interfere with autonomy of game
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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