Strict liability

Strict liability – this legal term is used in the area of Commercial Law, where it details the civil liability by the manufacturer, the supplier or the vendor, for a defect (design defects, manufacturing defects, and defects in marketing) or shortcoming in a sold product. Usually the liability is deemded as warrantee liability for defective manufactured products, which states that in certain deadlines of usage, any defects or shortcomings if occurred and claimed, will be removed (or in cases of impossibility for removal, the whole item will be replased with a new one). In cases where the defected producted has caused injuries or loses, a product liability claim could be submitted in court. Synonyms are “absolute liability” and “product liability”.

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