An adult climbs over a fence onto a neighbor's property and falls into the pool, which is
also surrounded by a fence.
Assuming the adult is injured in a legally recognizable way, is the neighbor liable for
negligence if the adult then sues?
Last September, you and I discussed you cutting my lawn this summer for $50 per week.
This June, you began cutting my lawn every week.
We have a(n) __________.
Select the statement that is true of consumer law prior to the 20th century.
It was rooted in the fact that consumers had much more direct contact with producers
than they do now.
It essentially functioned in the same way as current products liability law.
It relied primarily on the threat of litigation to ensure product safety.
Its central tenet was "seller beware."