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29 November, 15:58

Charlotte borrows Jason's car for the afternoon to run some errands. Jason knows that the brakes are bad but does not tell Charlotte. The brakes fail while Charlotte is driving, and she crashes, injuring Sue. Jason is

a. liable for Sue's injuries, because brake failure on a motor vehicle is a matter of strict liability.

b. liable for Sue's injuries, because he breached his bailor's duty of care.

c. not liable for Sue's injuries, because the bailment was for the sole benefit of Charlotte, the bailee.

d. not liable for Suze's injuries, because he had no involvement in the crash.

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  1. 29 November, 16:21
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    Answer:b. liable for Sue's injuries, because he breached his bailor's duty of care.

    Explanation:

    According to the bailor's duty of care it is the bailor's duty to disclose if there are any fault, that he is well aware of. If bailor doesn't disclose these faults to the bailee he would then be liable for any damage to goods or loss that the bailee suffered due to those faults.

    He will to pay the expenses
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