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Tort Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective. Edited by Duncan FAIRGRIEVE, MADS ANDENAS, and JOHN BELL with a foreword by the RT HON LADY JUSTICE ARDEN DBE [London: BIICL, 2002. 581pp. ISBN 0-903067-72-2]

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1 For example, in the United Kingdom, prior to the Crown Proceedings Act 1947, the Crown had immunity in tort. Note also the position in Israel (discussed in ch 16) and the Netherlands (ch 19).

2 See Stapleton, JDuty of care: peripheral parties and alternative opportunities for deterrence’ (1995) 111 LQR 301.

3 Rights Brought Home: The Human Rights Bill (Cm 3782).

4 See Stovin v Wise [1996] AC 923.

5 Op cit, at 80.

6 [2003] EWCA Civ 1151 [2003] 4 All ER 796.

7 [2003] 1 AC 32, at 66.

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