The duty of care does not arise unless the manufacturer has sold the article in such a form as to show that he intended it to reach the user in the form in which it left him1 without any reasonable likelihood2 of such intermediate examination as would have revealed the danger3. If there is a risk that the intermediate examination, even if it occurred, could be inadequate, it would seem that both the manufacturer, and the party responsible for the intermediate examination, could be jointly liable to the claimant
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