Quiz 19: Warranties and Product Liability
The Failure to Provide Adequate Instructions Never Constitutes a Legal
The failure to provide adequate instructions never constitutes a legal basis for a strict liability claim.
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In a product liability action based on strict liability,the plaintiff must prove the existence of a defect,but does not need to prove who caused the defect.
Any defect present in a manufactured product is considered a defect in manufacture.
A defect in manufacture occurs when the manufacturer fails to properly assemble a product,properly test a product,or adequately check the quality of a product.
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