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Liability For Defective Products Act 1991 - Liability For Defective Products Act, 1991 - Defences
... given the circumstances, it is probable that the defect did not exist at the time the product was put into circulation, or it came into being afterwards ... the defect arises out of compliance with EU law the state of scientific or technological knowledge when the product was circulated was not such as to allow the defect be discovered ... where the product is a component, the defect lay in the design of the final product into which it was fitted (e.g ...
... C-Drone-Defect (sometimes abbreviated as CDD) is the Aggrotech solo project of Marc Horstmeier The project was started sometime in 1998 ... The name was decided in 2000 and is written in full as Counter-Drone-Defect ...
Consumer Protection Act 1987 - Product Liability - Defect
... Section 3 defines a defect as being present when "the safety of the product is not such as persons generally are entitled to expect" ...
Carrier Scattering - Experimental Measurements
1/τ versus n makes Ec-Edb calculable and the intercept determines 1/τ from all but defect scattering processes ... that phonon scattering (among other, possibly negligible processes) is independent of defect concentration. 3) so that phonon density decreases to negligible allowing defect dominant resistivity ...
Consumer Protection Act 1987 - Product Liability - Other Defences
... The defect is attributable to compliance with a requirement imposed by law (s.4(1)(a)) The defendants did not at any time supply the product to another (s ...

Famous quotes containing the word defect:

    As a result of a general defect of nature, we are either more confident or more fearful of unusual and unknown things.
    Julius Caesar [Gaius Julius Caesar] (100–44 B.C.)

    For such an advanced civilization as ours to be without images that are adequate to it is as serious a defect as being without memory.
    Werner Herzog (b. 1942)

    A weak mind is the only defect out of our power to mend.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)