own brander


own brander
in product liability, one of the persons who can be held liable as a defendant or defender for a defect in a product. In terms of the Act, an person who, by putting his name on the product or using a trademark or other distinguishing mark in relation to the product, can be held liable as a producer.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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