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When is the owner of a private property responsible for a hit and run?


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Answered 2007-01-13 21:32:17

My immediate answer would be that they cannot. They committed no crime. If there was some way in which it could be shown that they caused the accident, and I'm not sure I can figure out a way that would happen without a lot of thinking, then they could be sued.

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