nonliable


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nonliable

(ˌnɒnˈlaɪəbəl)
adj
(Law) law not liable
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where a nonliable party makes a payment, that party lacks both a right
2009), which explained that "the absence of a duty of care renders the defendant nonliable as a matter of law because his, or her or its actions are .
When it comes to actively causing harm to the nonliable or nonthreatening, the appeal to cost seems to operate (if at all) at the level of culpability, but not at the level of justification.
In the contexts where these tests apply, there are two ways a decision can be wrong: (1) a party can be found liable when in fact they are not (a "Type I Error") or (2) a party can be found nonliable when in fact they are (a "Type II Error").
The calculation of a taxpayer's future ability to pay when living expenses are shared with a nonliable person.
There seems, moreover, to be no reason to discount the weight of these harms relative to that of harms to other innocent or nonliable people that U.
Other jurisdictions permit one spouse's creditors to attach the other spouse's interest in TE property, subject to the nonliable spouse's rights.