liability

[ lahy-uh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF liability

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIABILITY

Would Lord Culduff be disposed to accept his share in this liability?

This liability to breakage is reduced, but not eliminated, by the asbestos annealing.

How this liability was dispelled, will be related, with other incidents, in the next chapter.

With the liability to accident, we must see how little account is to be made of it.

This early rule of law fixing their liability has been greatly changed.

You realize that you're probably as big a liability with us as you were trying to find us?

The foundation of liability in trespass as well as case was said to be negligence.

Liability is said to arise out of such conduct as would be blameworthy in him.

It will be readily seen that there are limits to this kind of liability.

The liability of the owner was simply a liability of the offending thing.

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