Risk warning: “the general nature of the particular risk”

TORTS – negligence – where appellant injured jumping off 10 metre diving platform – whether occupier of pool owed duty of care to supervise and instruct individuals using platform – whether primary judge erred in finding as to instruction given – whether warning of risk of injury in using platform was given in accordance with s 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) – whether that risk warning contradicted by instructions given by lifeguard – whether appellant’s injuries were suffered as a result of materialisation of an obvious risk of dangerous recreational activity within s 5L of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW)


 

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Civil Liability Act: Wednesbury unreasonableness (s43A – NSW)

TORTS – negligence – public and other authorities – whether the appellant was immune from statutory liability in the exercise of a special statutory power

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