1965-02-01

Manufacturer’s Product Liability 650938

A review of the past, present, and probable future law governing manufacturer’s liability is presented. The most common theories used in asserting claims against manufacturers are negligence and breach of warranty. In explaining negligence, “things of danger if defective” and the extent of a manufacturer’s responsibility are defined and illustrated by examples. Breach of warranty, the most common example of liability without fault, is also discussed.

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