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Malone v Laskey 1907 2 KB  141

The claimant was injured when vibrations from an engine on an adjoining property caused a bracket to come loose and the cistern to fall on her in the lavatory. She was unsuccessful in her claim as she did not have a proprietary interest in the house. Her husband was a mere licensee through his employment as a manager.
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