Chapter 9- Strict Liability and Product Liability

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Chapter 9- Strict Liability and Product Liability T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. Strict liability is imposed for reasons other than fault.         2. Under the doctrine of strict liability, a defendant is liable for the results of his or her acts only if he or  she intended those results.         3. One of the requirements for a suit based on strict liability is a failure to exercise due care.         4. The doctrine of strict liability applies only to abnormally dangerous activities.         5. Privity of contract is required to bring a product liability suit based on negligence.         6. One requirement for a product liability suit based on strict liability is a failure to exercise due care.         7. In many states, the plaintiff’s negligence is a defense that may be raised in a product liability suit based on  strict liability.         8. Product liability is imposed only if a defect in the design or construction of a product causes an injury.         9. A manufacturer has a duty to warn about risks that are obvious or commonly known.         10. Assumption of risk can be raised as a defense in a product liability suit. M
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