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Matheson v Board of Governors of Dalhousie University (1983), 25 CCLT 91 (NS SC TD)

Facts:

The student is playing borden ball. He is tripped by defendant, and the student breaks his leg. Normally, that kind of contact is against the rules; but it was happening all the time.

Ratio:

Frequent infraction of the rules may be within risks accepted by participant.


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