Asked in Dog BehaviorLaw & Legal Issues
Law & Legal Issues
What is a dog owner's liability if their dog enters the neighbor's yard through a hole in the neighbor's fence and kills the neighbor's dog?
November 11, 2008 6:46PM
You are fully liable because you should have a fence on your side, too, if your dog is so aggressive it would kill another dog. You should probably be in jail, actually, and prohibited from owning dogs. you should have the dog on a leash.
Asked in Liability Insurance, Renters Insurance
What is the difference between Property owner's liability and Tenants liability?
Does liability equals assets plus equity?
Why is owners equity regarded as a liability to the business?
Is Investor Equity an asset or liability?
What is an LLC?
LLC stands for "limited liability company." The LLC is a relatively type of new business entity in the United States. Its owners have limited liability for the entity's debts and obligations, similar to the status of shareholders in a corporation, but its income and losses are normally passed through to the owners as if it were a partnership.
Asked in Business & Finance
Difference between company and other forms of business?
Asked in Liability Insurance
Do inventor and owners of prouct need product liability ins?
Why does the government grant limited liability to a corporation's owners?
Where to Find a Liability Release Form?
From time to time, small business owners need to have customers sign a liability release form. This usually occurs during big promotions or events for that particular business. A signature on this form releases the owner from liability should any damage occur to a given participant. Without a doubt, business owners need to use these forms, and they are widely available through legal resources.
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
Is salaries payable an asset or liability or owners equity account?
Asked in Homeowner's Insurance, Auto Insurance
What is the minimial liability limits for a Texas homeowner's policy?
There is no legal minimum Liability for a home owner's Insurance policy in Texas. Most companies however do not give you many options for the liability limits. Preferring instead to determine for you what you need. Most Texas Home Owners are carrying far more liability coverage on their Home Owners Policy than they need.
Asked in Incorporation
What is limited Liability of corporations?
Does the owners liability insurance cover contents of a a fire when the renters lost everything?
Is homeowner liability for a fire? No, This is why it is recommended that tenants obtain a renters insurance policy to cover their belongings and personal liability. The owners insurance is for the owners own property and legal liabilities, so unless the owner is somehow responsible for starting the fire, the owner would not be liable for the tenants property.