What are the requirements necessary to establish a duty of care?
[Law of Torts] – There are four requirements necessary to establish a duty of care. They are:-
(1) forseeability of harm;
(2) proximity in relationship, which implies that the parties are so related that
(3) it is just and reasonable that the duty should exist; and
(4) policy considerations do not negative the existence of duty.
If the first three conditions are satisfied, policy considerations would rarely, in a limited class of cases , negative the existence of duty.