Early judicial development of intervening causation law Reasonable foreseeability Unreasonableness/abnormality Voluntary and deliberate human action Probability Scope of risk Intervening negligent acts and omissions Extraordinary natural phenomena, coincidences and animals Maritime incidents The suicide cases Professional malpractice Rescue of persons and property Children Escaping from danger and inconvenience Negligence causing susceptibility to later harm Miscellaneous operative contexts The influence of contributory negligence and apportionment legislation on intervening causation issues The inter-relationship between remoteness of damage and novus actus interveniens.
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