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    Pure and Non-Pure Comparative Fault

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    Explain how comparative fault works? What is the difference between pure and non-pure comparative fault?

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    Comparative fault means that a party is still able to collect damages even if he was partially at fault for a situation. Historically, before comparative fault went into action, this would not have been possible because without comparative fault, a party that was at fault even a little bit would not have been able to collect any damages from the other party (even if the other party was more ...

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    This solution discusses pure and non-pure comparative fault.