Maintaining the escalator the defendant company would

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maintaining the escalator, the defendant company would argue which of the following for its best defence to her negligence claim?
Albert and Bob enter a variety store owned by Cindy. Alber buys two chocolate bars and gives one to Bob. Unknown to Alvert, Bob, or Cindy, the chocolate bar which Bob received from Albert contained a piece of metal that had fallen into the chocolate mix when the candy bar was being made by the manufacturer. When Bob attempted to eat the chocolate bar, he damaged one of his teeth. It costs a day’s wage for Bob to pay for the dental bill and he suffered from pain for a couple days. Bob may sue Cindy for not being sufficiently careful with the products that she sells in her store.
Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to the concept of remoteness in the tort of negligence?
Chyna acted as Evan’s accountant. In the course of her professional duties, she made a mistake that caused Evan to lose $100,000. Evan has sued Chyna for the tort of negligence. She claims, however, that she did not breach the standard of care she owned Evan. Chyna can avoid liability by proving that
Chantel has sued Phi Corp. for the tort of negligence. Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to the duty of care?
Selena has lung cancer. She has sued Rainbow Paints Ltd. (“Rainbow”) for the tort of negligence. She argues that her condition was caused by fumes that Rainbow carelessly allowed its factory to emit into her neighbourhood. Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to this issue of caution in negligence?
A: If Selena proves that there is a 51% chance that her condition was caused by Rainbow’s carelessness, (but-for the carelessness Selena would not have her condition) Selena will recover 100% of her damages. Manuel has just graduated from hairdresser school and has set up his own shop. One of his best new customers is Megan. While doing Megan’s hair one day, Manuel commits a rookie mistake and applies too much peroxide ro Megan’s hair when colouring it. This causes the hair to break off at the roots. In hedging whether or not Manuel was negligent, he will be held to the standard of care of the reasonably competent and hairdresser who has recently graduated from hairdresser school.

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