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Haynes v Harwood [1935] 1 KB 146

This case considered the issues of novus actus interveniens and volenti non fit injuria and whether or not the owners of the horse could rely on these as a defence to negligence to a person who rescued them when they allowed their horses to escape and run free down a busy street.

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