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Distorting Vicarious Liability

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JournalThe Modern Law Review
DatePublished - Nov 2011
Issue number6
Volume74
Number of pages15
Pages (from-to)932-946
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The note considers the decision of the Court of Appeal in Maga v The Trustees of the Birmingham Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church and analyses the application of the status based risk approach to vicarious liability in that case. It considers its application outside of the area of clerical sexual abuse, and also the role in vicarious liability of job conferred status which materially increases the risk of the commission of a tort, or helps to facilitate a tort.

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  • ‘vicarious liability’, ‘course of employment’, risk, status, clergy, sexual abuse

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  • Judicial Citations (Court of Appeal of England and Wales)

    Impact: Societal, Public Policy

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