Legal definition of strict liability
Intentional Torts Legal Terminology

strict liability

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a legal doctrine that makes a persons responsible for damages their actions or failure to act cause, regardless of any "fault" on their part. Plaintiff if such action does not have to prove "negligence".

See also: liability, negligence .
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