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Suit 394/1997 MUHAMMAD KHAN V/S PAK. STEEL MILLS CORP. LTD. ORS. Sindh High Court, Karachi SHC Citation: SHC-144204 Tag:Non-production of Departmental Inquiry Report in the evidence by Defendants has raised adverse presumption against them, as envisaged in Article 129(g) of Qanun-e-Shahadat Order, 1984. Loss of consortium; that is, deprivation of the benefits of a family relationship due to injuries or death caused by a tortfeasor. Well known rules about foreseeability,causation and but for explained; if any reasonable person by applying his ordinary prudence can foresee a loss that can arise from his act(s), then he owes a duty of care to others [claimant] and is liable for the negligent act that has caused damaged to the other person (claimant). Similarly, causation is the linkage between the negligent act [breach of duty of Care] that has resulted in causing injury and the "but for" test if simply put, means, that the injury would not have occurred without the defendant's negligence. Legislative amendments are proposed. Bench: Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Faisal Kamal Alam Source: http://shc.gov.pk/caselaw/ Order http://shc.gov.pk/caselaw/hc-link.php?link=220.127.116.11:8056/caselaw/&hash=MTQ0MjA0Y2Ztcy1kYzgz
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