Products Liability

Products Liability - iii The product must be unreasonably...

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PRODUCTS LIABILITY When a defective product causes personal injury or property damage. Theories of Recovery 1.) Breach of Warranty – UCC 2.) Negligence 3.) Fraud 4.) Strict a. Requirements i. Defendant (D) must sell product in a defective condition ii. D must be engaged in the business of selling that product
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Unformatted text preview: iii. The product must be unreasonably dangerous iv. The defective condition must be the proximate cause of injury v. The goods must not have been substantially changed in their condition after its sale by the D....
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