absolute liability

Definition of "absolute liability"
  1. A situation where a person or entity is held responsible for damages or loss, regardless of whether they were at fault or negligent
How to use "absolute liability" in a sentence
  1. The oil company was based on absolute liability for the environmental damage caused by the oil spill.
  2. In some industries, companies operate under the principle of absolute liability to ensure safety standards are strictly met.
  3. If a product is defective, the manufacturer might be subject to absolute liability for any harm caused to consumers.

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