ICI Ltd v Shatwell

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ICI Ltd v Shatwell
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Court House of Lords
Citation(s) [1965] AC 656
Keywords
Volenti non fit injuria

ICI Ltd v Shatwell [1965] AC 656 is a UK labour law case concerning

Facts[edit]

Two shot firing brothers were injured because they ‘could not be bothered’ to take the mandatory precautions.

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Lord Denning MR held that they were not entitled to compensation.

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