secondary liability

Definition of "secondary liability"
  1. A type of responsibility where one party is held accountable for the actions of another party
How to use "secondary liability" in a sentence
  1. The business faced secondary liability due to the actions of their employee.
  2. Secondary liability can be incurred if an individual indirectly contributes to a breach of law.
  3. The concept of secondary liability is often invoked in situations where supervisors or higher-ranking individuals are held accountable for the actions of their subordinates.

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