ultrahazardous activity


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ultrahazardous activity

n. an action or process which is so inherently dangerous that the person or entity conducting the activity is "strictly liable" for any injury caused by the activity. Examples: working with high explosives or conducting a professional auto race on public streets.

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That exclusion can apply, for example, to someone who dies during an ultrahazardous activity, he said.
In January 1995, relatives of people killed or hurt by handguns sued 49 firearms manufacturers in federal court, alleging negligent marketing, design defect, ultrahazardous activity, and fraud.
Lemar's suit also cites dangerous conditions of public property and that ultrahazardous activity led to the explosion, as grounds for the lawsuit.

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