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druggist

US and Canadian a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs
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They address financial, legal, and practical aspects, covering co-owning rental property with family or friends; preparing and marketing the property; screening and choosing tenants; preparing the lease and for move-in; managing rental income to maximize tax deductions; repairs and maintenance; liability for injuries, crimes, and other hazards; dealing with difficult tenants; hiring a property manager; exiting the rental property business; and rent-to-own arrangements.
Often, this insurance applies to vehicle damage or theft, but not liability for injuries. In such cases, be sure you have other protection for any liability incurred while driving a rental car.
Liability for injuries to pedestrians or to neighboring property caused by falling ice and snow will generally lie only against the owner of the building from which the ice fell.
(16) On appeal, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ("SJC") decided it was time to revisit and reconsider the viability of this centuries-old standard for apportioning liability for injuries resulting from the accumulation of snow and ice.
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.
Hodgson @A wall top alarm could also protect householders or property owners from potentially expensive liability for injuries caused by conventional deterrents, such as wall-top mounted broken glass or razor wire.
"Argos, Homebase, Walmsleys and several smaller companies have already admitted liability for injuries suffered by customers who bought sofas at their stores.
Punishment can include suspension or revocation of a liquor license, civil liability for injuries caused by the patron who was wrongfully served, and, particularly in the case of serving a young person, criminal liability for serving underage patrons, which could result in jail and a fine.
All entrants, as a condition of entry, agree to release Scholastic Inc., 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.