The owner of a domestic and harmless animal may be liable on the ground of negligence for damage caused by it to third parties1.
A person who brings an animal on to the highway must use all reasonable care to prevent it doing damage to other persons there2. In general, the driving of animals along the highway without having them under sufficient control amounts to negligence which will entail a liability for resulting damage or injury
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