Definitions

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  • n. Absence of legal liability.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ liability

Examples

  • Although a good-faith belief in nonliability may excuse a failure to give timely notice ... [a] t issue under the policy provision [in this case] is not whether [GVIC had] a good-faith belief in nonliability, but whether [it] should have anticipated a claim ...

    Labor Law

  • However, omitting to provide timely notice may be excused in certain situations, such as where the insured has 'a good-faith belief of nonliability, 'provided that belief is reasonable ...

    Insurance Defense

  • 'Then his nonliability can be inferred from the fact that the majority were heathens.'

    The God Delusion

  • This principle of nonliability, therefore, does not apply when the dangerous condition is one you have created or caused through your own negligence.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The basic rule of nonliability to trespassers, however, is riddled with exceptions, most of them congenial to common sense.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • I say again: Even in the absence of liability risk, an employer might not hire you because it dislikes what you say online, or worries that it's probative of nonliability risk.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • I say again: Even in the absence of liability risk, an employer might not hire you because it dislikes what you say online, or worries that it’s probative of nonliability risk.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anonymous Comments and Modern Tort Law and Antidiscrimination Law 

  • Since there were no facts before the court from which it could conclude that Jones was furthering the defendant’s interests, the defendant’s nonliability under a respondeat superior theory was properly determined as a matter of law.

    Law In The Health and Human Services

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