63—Abolition of rule of common employment
(1) Where any injury
or damage is suffered by a servant by reason of the wrongful act, neglect or
default of a fellow servant, the employer of those servants shall be liable in
damages in respect of that injury or damage in the same manner and in the same
cases as if those servants had not been engaged in a common employment.
(2) This section
applies to any injury or damage arising from a wrongful act, neglect or
default committed after the enactment of this section, whether the contract of
employment was made before or is made after the enactment of this section.
(3) "Employer" in this
section includes the Crown and instrumentalities of the Crown.