The basic questions dealt with in this entry are i whether and to what extent causation in legal contexts differs from causation outside the law for example in science or everyday life and ii what are the appropriate criteria in law for deciding whether one action or event has caused another generally harmful event. Causation in english law concerns the legal tests of remoteness causation and foreseeability in the tort of negligence it is also relevant for english criminal law and english contract law in the english law of negligence causation proves a direct link between the defendants negligence and the claimants loss and damage for these purposes liability in negligence is established when . Causation a body of rights obligations and remedies that is applied by courts in civil proceedings to provide relief for persons who have suffered harm from the wrongful acts of others the person who sustains injury or suffers pecuniary damage as the result of tortious conduct is known as the plaintiff and the person who is responsible . Causation law and legal definition causation is the relationship of cause and effect of an act or omission and damages alleged in a tort or personal injury action a plaintiff in a tort action should prove a duty to do or not do an action and a breach of that duty it should also be established that the loss was caused by the defendant
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