A manufacturer of aircraft may be liable to a purchaser in respect of the faulty design or construction of an aircraft, by reference to the terms of the contract between them and the ordinary law relating, for example, to the sale of goods1.
In addition, the manufacturer is strictly liable if death or personal injury or, subject to certain qualifications, loss of or damage to any property (including land) is caused wholly or partly by a defect in the product (including a component part of another product)
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