Product Liability: The Law and Its Implications for Risk Management

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Blackstone, 1989 - Products liability - 215 pages
Recent developments in product liability law are of great significance for manufacturers, distributors and consumers. Britain and the rest of the EEC have adopted a no-fault or strict liability concept, similar to that operating in the United States, so that, following the Consumer Protection Act 1987, a victim of a defective product no longer need establish negligence by the producer to succeed in a claim for compensation.

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Contents

Aim of this book Notes
6
Civil Liability Under Part I of the Consumer Protection Act 1987
35
Civil Liability Under Other Torts
73
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

CHRIS WRIGHT is the International Ministries Director of the Langham Partnership International and honorary president of Crosslinks. The author of several books, he served previously as Principal of All Nations Christian College and taught Old Testament at Union Biblical Seminary, India.

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