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Wilkinson v Downton [1897] 2 QB 57

This case considered the issue of wilful injury and whether or not a woman who played a practical joke on someone else was liable in damages to a woman who as a result of the joke suffered nervous shock.

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Wilkinson v Downton [1897] 2 QB 57
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