University of Baltimore Law Review


The authors consider the question of whether warranty law in Maryland now provides the plaintiff in a product liability case with a cause of action similar to that which would be available wider the doctrine of strict liability in tort. The development of the strict liability doctrine is traced and its current scope and requirements for recovery are compared with those of the action for breach of the implied warranty provided in the Uniform Commercial Code.

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