George v Skivington

George v Skivington (1869) is an English tort law case where it was held that a manufacturer who places a product intended for human consumption into the market, in a form that is liable for damage and who fails to exercise reasonable care to ensure that the product is suitable for human consumption, could be sued for damages by the victims. ==Fac
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