Strict Liability | Negligence without Fault

Strict liability is a liability that may arise without fault. In a real property context, a term primarily of English law that refers to a liability for damage or injury for which a person is culpable, irrespective of any intentional, inadvertent or meditated neglect. A liability that arises because a person is involved with an exceptional or hazardous activity, or because someone exerts control over dangerous property. Strict liability is a form of tort for which the law allows little scope … [Read more...]