Which of the following factors is least important in determining whether a manufacturer is strictly liable in

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Which of the following factors is least important in determining whether a manufacturer is strictly liable in tort for a defective product?
(a) The negligence of the manufacturer
(b) The contributory negligence of the plaintiff
(c) Modifications to the product by the wholesaler
(d) Whether the product caused injuries

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Essentials Of Business Law

ISBN: 9781337404198

6th Edition

Authors: Jeffrey F Beatty, Susan S Samuelson

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