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druggist

US and Canadian a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs
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44) The "storm in progress" doctrine is a bright-line rule that allows a landowner reasonable time after a storm to remove snow and ice and protects the landowner from liability for injuries sustained during a snowstorm.
Last year Brian Dawson from Stanley received a payout after the home admitted liability for injuries suffered by his elderly mother Avis while she was at the home.
Employers incurred overnight a new tort liability for injuries that a competent doctor would call work-related.
Argos, Homebase, Walmsleys and several smaller companies have already admitted liability for injuries suffered by customers who bought sofas at their stores.
its affiliates, subsidiaries, distributors, and agencies from any and all liability for injuries or damages of any kind sustained through participation in this contest and/or use of a prize.
In the past, railroad companies could expect full immunity from liability for injuries caused by outdated equipment, even if they admitted to being at fault.
Expected in the spring, the manifesto is a response to dropping numbers of school trips because of teachers' fears over child safety and personal liability for injuries.
Liability for injuries or damages that may arise out of the providing of or failure to provide sufficient security;
NRD liability for injuries to natural resources, habitat restoration costs, mitigation and loss-of-use claims for these resources can at times equal or exceed the cost of actually investigating and cleaning up the site.