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Cundy v Le Cocq

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Cundy v Le Cocq is an 1884 case in English law concerned with the Licensing Act 1872. It is important in relation to strict liability.

The defendant was convicted of unlawfully selling alcohol to an intoxicated person under the Licensing Act. On appeal, the defendant contended that he had been unaware of the customer's drunkenness and thus should be acquitted.

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Cundy v Le Cocq Wikipedia


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