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What does BSD stand for?

BSD stands for Breach of Statutory Duty


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Now this man has found himself legal aid and a solicitor to bring a case of negligence and breach of statutory duty against Birmingham City Council for its mishandling of Khyra and her five siblings.
Ms Mallon took her employers to court on the grounds of negligence and breach of statutory duty and the case was settled for pounds 24,000 earlier this week.
That negligence and, as from April 1, 1992, breach of statutory duty on the part of CBC permitted and led to the extensive dispersal of contaminated mud and dust over public areas of Corby and into and over private homes, with the result that the contaminants could realistically have caused the types of birth defects of which complaint has been made by the claimants.
That negligence and, as from April 1, 1992, breach of statutory duty on the part of CBC permitted and led to the extensive dispersal of contaminated mud and dust over public areas of Corby and into and over private homes, with the result that the contaminants could realistically have caused the types of birth defects of which complaint has been made by the claimants.
John Cooper, a barrister acting for the families, said the action against the MoD included negligence, breach of statutory duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, and breach of Article 2 of the European convention on human rights, which enshrines the right to life.