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


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.


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

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