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Strict Liability

Strict liability makes sellers of products liable irrespective of their fault.What can justify this? In other words, if a business is not at fault, why should it be liable?

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Strict liability stems from the theory that when a business puts out a product, it can foresee possible consequences that that product may cause. However, a consumer is not ready for the consequences just by purchasing or using the ...

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If a business is not at fault, why should it be liable?

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