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Question 1: On the other hand, strict liability likely reduces ________ costs, because a plaintiff need only prove causation, not imprudence.
Class actionLawsuitAnswerDefault judgment

Question 2: In the United States, the claims most commonly associated with product liability are negligence, strict liability, ________, and various consumer protection claims.
Circuit CityWarrantyImplied warrantyAs is

Question 3: [5] On July 25, 1985, the European Economic Community adopted the Product Liability ________.
Directive 85/374/EECBelgiumEuropean UnionConsumer Protection Act 1987

Question 4: Breach of warranty-based product liability claims usually focus on one of three types: (1) breach of an ________, (2) breach of an implied warranty of merchantability, and (3) breach of an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.
As isConsumer protectionWarrantyProduct liability

Question 5: Over time, the resulting ________ became increasingly strained.
Legal fictionCommon lawUnited KingdomCorporation

Question 6: ________ - Scotland snail case
Scots lawTortNegligenceDonoghue v Stevenson

Question 7: Indemnification rights are found in the ________, statute statutes, and common law indemnification principles.
Investment SecuritiesSecurity (finance)Unidroit convention on substantive rules for intermediated securitiesUniform Commercial Code

Question 8: Product liability is the area of law in which ________, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause.
TechnologyEngineeringBiotechnologyManufacturing

Question 9: states, the European Union, ________, and Japan— and have adopted it either by judicial decision or by legislative act.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosAustralia

Question 10: Warranty claims commonly require ________ between the injured party and the manufacturer or seller; in plain English, this means they must be dealing with each other directly.
Invitation to treatPrivity of contractAssignment (law)Contract







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