|What is the hostile application of physical force, even though it may be slight?|
|What is defined as the ‘carrying out of any activity which is likely to cause inconvenience or annoyance to the public, or a section of the public, or interference with a right common to all’?|
|Brian, a plumber, was doing some work at Shiela’s house. He negligently dropped a wrench on to her foot. Shiela successfully claimed from Brian’s employers. What type of liability did the employers have here?|
|Paula visits a hair salon and asks them to shave all of her hair off. After they have done this she complains that she does not like it and sues them for battery. Which defence would you advise the salon to use?|
|What test was established in the case of Donoghue v Stevenson 1932?|
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