Get your research papers, homework and online exams done from just $8 per page

We also have verified textbook solutions at just $3 per answer; No subscription needed

Which of the following would NOT be a defect in warning that would give rise to product liability? a. a manufacturer fails to mail notices to all buyers informing them the product is dangerous b. an inherently dangerous product has no warning on the label or packaging c. a warning is placed improperly on the label of the product in a way that it can not be seen by the user d. a warning on a product sold primarily in the United States is written only in Chinese

Category:
0
0

Which of the following would NOT be a defect in warning that would give rise to product liability?

a. a manufacturer fails to mail notices to all buyers informing them the product is dangerous
b. an inherently dangerous product has no warning on the label or packaging
c. a warning is placed improperly on the label of the product in a way that it can not be seen by the user
d. a warning on a product sold primarily in the United States is written only in Chinese

✅ Answers (1)

0
Private answer

Which of the following would NOT be a defect in warning that would give rise to product liability?

a. a manufacturer fails to mail notices to all buyers informing them the product is dangerous
b. an inherently dangerous product has no warning on the label or packaging
c. a warning is placed improperly on the label of the product in a way that it can not be seen by the user
d. a warning on a product sold primarily in the United States is written only in Chinese

Answer

  • a manufacturer fails to mail notices to all buyers informing them the product is dangerous 
    Explanation:
    Product liability refers to a seller or buyer being held liable for placing defective products in the market. There are three types of product liability: Design defects occurs before manufacturing, manufacturing defects occur in the course of product assembly, and marketing defects occurs during marketing such as improper labeling, and insufficient instructions. A manufacturer must warn users of hidden dangers that may be present in a product and appropriate instructions to use the product. A warning must be clear and specific,
    manufacturer fails to mail notices to all buyers informing them the product is dangerous – This is not a defect in warning. Warnings are provided on product label and not on mails

 

Marked as spam
Answered on June 25, 2020 4:47 pm

Professional Essay Helpers Online

Get your papers written by online essay writers available 24/7. Submit your assignments and get a quality plagiarism-free paper via email.

Write My Paper For Me