Ratio Decidendi Donoghue V Stevenson 1932
7 M’Alister (or Donoghue) (Pauper) Appellant v Stevenson Respondent 1932 A.C. 562, 1932 UKHL 100, 599 (Lord Atkin) and 615 (Lord Macmillan). 8 ibid, 580 (Lord Atkin). 9 Mullen v AG Barr & Co Ltd 1929 S.C. 461, 1929 S.L.T. 341, 471.
Ratio Decidendi Of Donoghue V Stevenson. Prof. Jeong Chun Phuoc 012014111647 Assignment 2 – Weekly Case Law Critique WEEK 2 CASE LAW ON DONOGHUE V STEVENSON (1932) Summary On August 26th 1928, Donoghue (plaintiff) and a friend were at a case in Glasgow, Scotland.
Thus, if we stopped at the level of describing the ratio, Donoghue v Stevenson would only be applicable to cases that involve: 1) Women, 2) from Scotland, 3) in the year of 1932, 4) in which harm can only come from snails, 5) in ginger beer bottles, 6) placed negligently, 7) by Mr. Stevenson, 8) etc., etc.
For example, in the case of Donoghue v Stevenson (1932) AC 562, the decision is Mrs Donoghue is entitled for the remedy of damages in the case. Therefore after that, this case is bind. So when there is case which has similar facts with this case – Grant v Australian Knitting Mills Ltd (1936) AC 85, the plaintiff is entitled for the claims of damages by following the case of Donoghue v Stevenson. There is …