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Unformatted text preview: Henningson v. Bloomfield o Henningson got into wreck and injured badly o Liable for finished product under IMPLIED warranty o Implying that the manufacturer provided a safe product for the consumers Strict Liability started in California (late 1960s) o Greenland vs. Yuma Shopsmith working with a wood working tool and the clamps on the tool did not hold the product hurt the consumer Manufacturer is responsible for damages had to fix the product o A woman dropped a product The product stated that once dropped then discard the product She didnt read the fine print she was responsible due to assumption of risk Absolute liability o Asbestoses once formed on old buildings or place it can cause cancer from their fiber flakes o Owners of buildings can be sued because they didnt do anything about the defect on the buildings...
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