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Webb v State Government of South Australia (1982) 43 ALR 465

This case considered the issue of negligence and whether or not the government had a duty of care to avoid the risk of injury to a pedestrian in relation to a gap in a kerb and whether or not they had breached that duty.

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Webb v State Government of South Australia (1982) 43 ALR 465
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