‘Cases have made clear that, as a matter of law, if A owes B a duty of care, A must attain the standard of a “reasonable person” in order to discharge that duty. In short, the duty is one to take reasonable care. The courts have recourse to a range of considerations in deciding whether this standard has been met.’ J. Murphy, Street on Torts (12th Ed., OUP, 2007) Discuss. (Tort – Summative Assignment 2010/2011)