International Product Liability
Dennis Campbell, Christian T. Campbell, Center for International Legal Studies
Lloyd's of London Press, 1993 - 639 lappuses
A book which looks at the nature of product liability in general, and the relationship it has with other manufacturers' liability in contract and tort. It then provides detailed country by country surveys from 15 jurisdictions which analyze the national law and practice in relation to the theories which liability is based on; the definition of defect; obligations to warn or recall defective products; defences available; proximate cause; who can be sued; remedies available; quantum; limitations or disclaimers; statutes of limitation; corporate successors; insurance and risk management and the role of the courts and forum shopping.
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
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according action apply arising ATPR Australia awarded breach buyer Calvão circumstances Civil Code clause Code of Obligations common law comparative negligence compensation component considered Consumer Protection Act contract contractual liability contributory negligence Cour d'Appel Cour de Cassation damage caused dangerous decision defective product defendant distributor DLR 3d Donoghue v Stevenson duty duty of care EC Directive economic loss example exclude fault Federal held liable hidden defect warranty injured person jurisdictions litigation loss or damage Luxembourg manufac manufacturer manufacturer's NZLR personal injury plaintiff Practices Act 1974 principle Product Liability Act product liability law product recall prove Pty Ltd purchaser put into circulation reasonable recovery responsabilité responsibility result retailer risk rules safety Sale seller specific standard statute of limitations statutory strict liability suffered supplier Supreme Court Swiss third party tion Trade Practices Act victim warn