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risk–utility test

noun risk–util·i·ty test

Legal Definition of risk–utility test

  1. :  a test used in product liability cases to determine whether a manufacturer is liable for injury to a consumer because the risk of danger created by the product's design outweighs the benefits of the design

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to cast off or become cast off

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