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19 June, 15:49

Which of the following is correct regarding strict liability for abnormally dangerous activities? A To be characterized as an abnormally dangerous activity, the activity must be considered abnormally dangerous in every communityB Strict liability will arise for any type of harm caused by engaging in the abnormally dangerous activityC Whether an activity is abnormally dangerous is a question of fact for the jury to decideD To be abnormally dangerous, the activity must create a foreseeable risk of serious harm even when reasonable care is exercised by all actors

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  1. 19 June, 16:06
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    D. To be abnormally dangerous, the activity must create a foreseeable risk of serious harm even when reasonable care is exercised by all actors.

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    The option that is correct regarding strict liability for abnormally dangerous activities is to be abnormally dangerous, the activity must create a foreseeable risk of serious harm even when reasonable care is exercised by all actors. In tort law a person who is found performing an abnormally dangerous activity will be subject to strict liability regarding the harms that this activity has caused.
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