Weld-Blundell v Stephens 
- The defendant had negligently leaked some documents to a third party, which contained libellous statements written by the claimant about the third party.
- The third party sued in libel and won.
- Could the claimants recover from the defendants for their negligence?
- The libellous statements where intentional and had broken the chain of causation
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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