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Caterson v Commissioner for Railways (1973) 128 CLR 99

This case considered the issue of negligence and whether or not a railway was negligent in not foreseeing that a passenger may jump from a moving train if it left before they could disembark.  The issue of contributory negligence was also explored and whether or not the passenger was guilty of contributory negligence for his own injuries by jumping from the train.

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Caterson v Commissioner for Railways (1973) 128 CLR 99
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