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Cutler v United Dairies [1933] 2 KB 297

The Claimant was injured when he entered a field to calm some horses. His claim for compensation was unsuccessful as the horses presented no immediate danger to persons or property and there was no need for him to intervene. He was thus held to be volens.
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