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PERSONAL INJURY & FATAL ACCIDENTS

Crown Does Not Owe Non-Delegable Duty Of Care To Prisoners In Respect of NHS Medical Treatment In Prisons

Morgan & Anor v. The Crown & Anor, QBD, 3/9/10

Supperstone J held that the Crown did not owe prisoners a non-delegable duty of care in respect of alleged failings of the local NHS Primary Care Trust to adequately assess a prisoner’s risk of suicide.

October 13, 2010 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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