Released from liability

Released from liability – within the meaning, given by Court trials, this term refers to the figure of a person or party, who has been decided by the court not to participate in the hearing as a defendant on a lawsuit for damages. In practice, the court may decide that one of the defendants, against whom the claim for damages is addressed, should not be liable (because didn’t participate in the event of injury at all). Then this defendant gets released from liability and the claimant cannot claim it in the future.

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