Tort Liability


Definition of "Tort liability"

Michael Walton
Michael Walton RE/MAX Connection

Legal obligation stemming from a civil wrong or injury for which a court remedy is justified. A tort liability arises because of a combination of a direct violation of a person's rights, the transgression of a public obligation causing damage, or a private wrongdoing.

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