Business Law: Negligence Cameron has been repairing the surfaces of road areas in Jalan

Question: Business Law: Negligence Cameron has been repairing the surfaces of road areas in Jalan Tinggi. It has been raining and, in his haste to get the work done quickly and get home out of the rain, Cameron fails to level off the new paving that he has been laying. He also fails to erect any warnings of the danger. On his way home from work after dark, JohnsonSee the answerSee the answerSee the answer done loadingBusiness Law: Negligence
Cameron has been repairing the surfaces of road areas in Jalan Tinggi. It has been raining and, in his haste to get the work done quickly and get home out of the rain, Cameron fails to level off the new paving that he has been laying. He also fails to erect any warnings of the danger. On his way home from work after dark, Johnson rides his bicycle along the pedestrian area to keep away from the busy traffic on the road. As Johnson reaches the road where Cameron did the repairs, a dog jumps onto the pedestrian area and into his path. In an effort to avoid the dog, Johnson had no choice but to ride his bicycle on the road. As he approached the part which Cameron had been repairing, his bicycle wheel hits the uneven surface and Johnson falls to the ground. He fractures his wrist and is severely bruised as a result of his fall.
1. Assume that Cameron owes Johnson a duty of care. How would you argue Cameron has breached his duty of care to Johnson in light of relevant rules and cases under Malaysian law?
2. Apply the rules of causation and explain your finding of who should be liable for Johnson’s injury. Your answer MUST refer to relevant rules and cases under Malaysian law.
The tort law gives rise to negligence law. In every negligence case, there must be two key ingredients: first, a duty of care exists, i.e., the Defendant must have committed an unlawful and illegal conduct or omission, and second, the act/omission in…View the full answer