Summary

Negligence is a civil wrong, or “tort”, which can give rise to civil liability. It is best expressed as a failure to take the necessary care in the circumstances of the particular case. It enables one person to sue another who has caused them loss or damage even if there is no contractual relationship between the parties.

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