CHAPTER 6 - Assumption of Risk Plaintiff may not recover...

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CHAPTER 6 1. Under the Tort doctrine of strict, liability is: **Not based on fault 2. Product liability laws are aimed at holding which of the following groups responsible for harms. **Manufacturers and Sellers 3. The modern concept of strict liability traces its origins, in part, to which famous English case? **Ryland’s V. Fletcher 4. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of abnormally dangerous activities? **The activity is one that involves a low degree of risk but that may be extremely dangerous if not performed with reasonable care 5. Sam keeps a pet leopard on his large, 800-acre farm in Virginia unfortunately one day Lula Belle (The leopard) escapes, runs down route 250, and on the way eats a helpless **Sam is liable in strict liability 6. If a manufacturer fails to exercise “due care” in its efforts to make a product safe and as a result of someone is injured the manufacturer may be held liable for:
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course BUS bus 340 taught by Professor R during the Spring '10 term at American River.

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