What Is A Defective Product?

Depending on the jurisdiction there are a number of rules, regulations and laws that are related to and govern the manufacture and distribution of defective products. Although there are variables in the rules, generally speaking a product is considered as defective if it is a tangible product that does not work as it should and as a result it is dangerous to use or it lacks the necessary operating instructions. All entities that are involved in the design, manufacture and distribution of consumer goods are aware of their responsibilities and are responsible to see that the goods are not defective and the action taken against them should there be a defect depends on where the damage is sustained.

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