strict liability

strict liability
noun Law liability which does not depend on actual negligence or intent to harm.

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  • strict liability — see liability 2b Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. strict liability …   Law dictionary

  • strict liability — ➔ liability * * * strict liability UK US noun [U] LAW ► the legal responsibility of a company for damage or injury caused by its products or services, even though it did not intend to cause the damage or injury: »The Consumer Protection Act… …   Financial and business terms

  • strict liability — Liability without fault. Goodwin v. Reilley, 1 Dist., 176 Cal.App.3d 86, 221 Cal.Rptr. 374, 376. A concept applied by the courts in product liability cases in which seller is liable for any and all defective or hazardous products which unduly… …   Black's law dictionary

  • strict liability — n. absolute liability of a manufacturer or seller of a defective product causing injury or damage, despite showing exercise of due care * * * …   Universalium

  • strict liability — n. absolute liability of a manufacturer or seller of a defective product causing injury or damage, despite showing exercise of due care …   English World dictionary

  • Strict liability — Tort law Part of the …   Wikipedia

  • Strict liability (criminal) — In criminal law, strict liability is liability for which mens rea (Latin for guilty mind ) does not have to be proven in relation to one or more elements comprising the actus reus (Latin for guilty act ) although intention, recklessness or… …   Wikipedia

  • strict liability — /ˌstrɪkt laɪəˈbɪləti/ (say .strikt luyuh biluhtee) noun Law liability regardless of fault, that is, by proving actus reus though not necessarily mens rea. Also, absolute liability …  

  • strict liability — noun Date: 1896 liability imposed without regard to fault …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • strict liability — Same as absolute liability …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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