Legal definition of liability
Medical Malpractice Legal Terminology

liability

1
any legal responsibility, whether corporate or personal.

Liability also applies to alleged criminal acts in which the defendant may be responsible for his/her acts which constitute a crime, thus making him/her subject to conviction and punishment.
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