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The Consumer Protection Act 1987 came into force on 1 March 1988 and applies only to damage caused by goods which were supplied by their producers after that date. Part I of the Act deals with civil liability. The Act fundamentally changed the position in tort at common law in that it imposes a strict liability regime, removing any requirement to prove negligence.
The webinar will look at the basic fundamentals for establishing liability or defending cases involving allegations of product liability, together with looking at the specific limitation periods applicable to this cause of action.
There will be a review of recent cases dealing with liability and quantum as well as looking at other potential technical issues such as where a number of manufacturers have had inputs into the creation of the final product and who if anyone is liable in such circumstances.
Sat 07 Sep 2019
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