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Related to strict liability: Last clear chance, Statute of repose, Transferred intent, Rylands v Fletcher
strict liabilityForensic medicine Liability without fault–eg, when one is responsible for all of the consequences of the actions of one's employees regardless of whether a result was intended or not. See Liability.
Liability attributed to a manufacturer or seller of a dangerous or defective product regardless of proven negligence or fault.
See also: liability