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What does ‘liability’ mean?

Liability refers to the state of being legally responsible, and by extension accountable, for the circumstances or factors that lead directly or indirectly to an event or incident.Therefore, when a defendant admits fault, they ‘admit liability’. However, if a defendant intends to challenge an accusation of fault, they will ‘deny liability’.

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