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Exchange Hotel v Murphy (1947) SASR 112

This case considered the issue of trespass and whether or not the actions of a barman who accidentally injured a patrons fingers when he slammed the door of the hotel shut as he was ejecting him from the hotel amounted to assault or trespass.

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