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.
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accident according action agreement amount appears apply arising awarded basis breach buyer caused circumstances Civil Code claim clause compensation component concept concerning connection consequence considered consumer contract costs Cour courts cover damage dangerous decision defective product defendant determined Directive distribution duty economic effect established example exclude existence expected extent fact fault final held implied important imposed instructions issue knowledge known limitation loss manufacturer merchantable nature negligence normally object obligation occurred particular party period personal injury plaintiff possible Practices present principle Product Liability Act proof protection prove provides purchaser question reasonable regard relation respect responsibility result retailer risk rules safety Sale seller situation specific standard statute strict liability suffered supplied Supreme Court third party tion tort Trade victim warn warranty