Under inverse condemnation, a utility is strictly liable
, regardless of fault or foreseeability, if its facilities are involved in an ignition.
Here, manufacturers can be found strictly liable
for manufacturing defects even if they have exercised "all possible care" in manufacturing the vehicle.
New York's Scaffold Law holds property owners, employers and contractors strictly liable
for all gravity-related construction accidents.
could be vulnerable to civil lawsuits because firms are considered strictly liable
for sexual harassment by managers.
To hold a product seller strictly liable
, the plaintiff had to prove both that the product was defective and that the defect caused the plaintiff's harm.
Put another way, a vessel owner may be strictly liable
under OPA 90 for the actions of his crewmembers if such actions constitute a violation of a federal safety or operating regulation.
The Criminal Sentencing Guidelines noted that organizations can act only through agents and are strictly liable
under federal law for offenses committed by their agents.
In determining who should pay for cleanup actions, Congress chose to impose costs, not on all taxpayers, but rather on a limited set of parties, including the current owners of properties who are strictly liable
-- without regard to fault -- for the contamination there.
Section 11 makes a public company strictly liable
for any material misstatement or omission contained in its registration statement.
The theory holds that a professional supplier who sells a product that is both defective and unreasonably dangerous is strictly liable
to foreseeable plaintiffs.
If your pet tiger claws off your neighbor's face, you're strictly liable
Brazil has passed a long proposed anti corruption law which will ensure that Brazilian and foreign companies with offices, branches or agents in the country are strictly liable
for acts of corruption against public authorities (either domestically or abroad).