Cases of Interest

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H1315 A: Relevant to scienter: Robert Pilat & Cristina his wife v. Benedict le Chapman de Buntingford. Without vi et armis: why he near the plaintiff's house on the royal highway untied a certain dog known to bite men and customarily tied up, so that the dog attacked Cristina. Note that this was a positive doing (he untied) instead of an inadvertent escape, but also that it did not have vi et armis. [1]

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