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Here I am sharing the Civil Services Examination Law (Paper II) Previous Years Question Papers:

(b) Mr. X himself was driving a car and
when he was passing through a railway
level crossing, his car was hit by a mail
train. The car was smashed and Mr. X
was seriously injured, and died in
hospital. In an action by the widow
against the Union of India, as owner of
the Railway, it was contended that the
level crossing was unmanned and the
gates were open. This constituted
negligence on the part of the Railway.
Further it was contended that there was
no contributory negligence on the part
of Mr. X, the deceased, as he could not
have a look at the railway line from a
distance as his view was obstructed by
some trees, etc., nor could he hear the
sound of the coming mail train while he
was in the car with the engine running
and the windscreen closed. Decide the
case giving your reasons.







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