Childs v Desormeaux [2006, Canada]
- Following a social party, Desormeaux crashed his car into Childs, who was paralysed
- Could the hosts (Zimmerman and Courrier) be liable for the incident, although it was directly caused by Desormeaux
- No liability
- Using the Anns test, harm to Childs was not foreseeable
- Unless reliance is induced by the host, there will be no liability for the actions of guests
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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