Product Liability Act

The law on liability for defective products (Product Liability Act) primarily serves to protect consumers. If someone kills, their body or health is injured or something is damaged as a result of a fault in a product, the manufacturer is obliged to compensate the injured party for the resulting damage.

In the event of property damage, this only applies if the defective item is intended for private use and consumption and has been mainly used for this purpose by the injured party.

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